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Using Gallium Oxide to Get Electrons to Move in a Semiconductor
In new experiments reported in Applied Physics Letters, from AIP Publishing, researchers from The Ohio State University have shown that a wide-bandgap semiconductor called gallium oxide (Ga2O3) can be engineered into nanometer-scale structures that allow electrons to move much faster within the crystal structure. With electrons that move with such ease, Ga2O3 could be a promising material for applications such as high-frequency communication systems and energy-efficient power electronics. Read more here.