A Transistor Material Intended To Replace Silicon By 2024



Futuristic Technology, Hybrid CNT IGZO circuits, carbon nanotube, CNT, thin film transistors, TFT, flexible, transparent, future computer, year 2024
USC Viterbi School of Engineering researchers have developed a flexible, transparent, energy-efficient, lower-cost hybrid design that could replace silicon as the traditional transistor material used in electronic chips.

The new design, described in a paper recently published in Nature Communications, combines carbon nanotube thin-film transistors with thin-film transistors comprised of indium, gallium and zinc oxide (IGZO)…
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