NewsDesign method may boost semiconductor performance by better
handling heat

22nd June 2020by admin0
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Finding ways to manage the flow of heat in silicon
could boost the performance of semiconductors, but, so far,
discovering the right design has remained elusive. Now, a team of
Penn State researchers report that a fabrication technique may
offer a path toward mastering the often chaotic flow of heat
carriers at the nanoscale in silicon and other
semiconductors.

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