Conductive and Magnetic Phases in an Electron Trapping Semiconductor Array

Nanotechnology is a rapidly evolving field where the race is on to develop self-organizing structures that can be used as active circuit elements. This technology describes a semiconductor array that can be configured so as to exhibit a number of distinct physical phases, each of which has its own distinct electrical and/or magnetic characteristics.

The strip array can be incorporated into MOSFET (metal-oxide semiconductor field effect transistors) geometry and utilized in amplifier and memory cell applications. The strip can exhibit superconductive characteristics under relatively high temperature conditions. A method for changing the electromagnetic properties of a semiconductor strip array has also been described. The strip array includes a plurality of intersecting strips of semiconductor material deposited on a substrate. In another aspect, another MOSFET structure is disclosed where the variation of the voltage leads to the formation of various electronic phases that are distinguishable by their electrical and magnetic characteristics.

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Inventor(s): Daniel Mattis

Type of Offer: Licensing

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