NewsUltrathin semiconductors are electrically connected to
superconductors for the first time

6th July 2021by admin0
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Whether in smartphones, televisions or building
technology, semiconductors play a central role in electronics and
therefore in our everyday lives. In contrast to metals, it is
possible to adjust their electrical conductivity by applying a
voltage and hence to switch the current flow on and
off.

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