Researchers develop conductive material that could pave way for new electronic devices

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Researchers develop conductive material that could pave way for new electronic devices

Yale University researchers develop a new gallium arsenide-based semiconductor material

Researchers have found a new way to combine two-dimensional electron gases with gallium arsenide in a development that, they suggest, could pave the way for entirely new electronic devices. Insulating...

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