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Problems in the modern semiconductor/electronics technology?
From what I have read, the problem with modern semiconductors/electronics seems to be quantum tunnelling and heat. The root of these problems is the size of the devices. The electrons are leaking out, ...
Aug 7 '12 at 13:40
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