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New MIM diode may change electronics as we know
posted November 5 2010 13:32.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Researchers at Oregon State University have solved a quest in fundamental material science that has eluded scientists since the 1960s, and could form the basis of a new approach to electronics. The discovery, just reported on-line in the professional journal Advanced Materials, outlines the creation for the first time of a high-performance "metal-insulator-metal" diode.

The metal-insulator-metal, or MIM diode, can be used to perform some of the same functions but in a fundamentally different way, and it can change the modern electronics. Douglas Keszler, a distinguished professor of chemistry at OSU said: "Researchers have been trying to do this for decades, until now without success. Diodes made previously with other approaches always had poor yield and performance.".

Read more about this new diode in this article

[Via: southgatearc.org]    [Link: nanowerk.com]
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