Negative resistance in amorphous semiconductors
Date: Monday, December 26, 2005 @ 13:50:50 GMT
Topic: Science


TUNNELLING ELECTRONS SPEED UP LARGE AREA CARBON ELECTRONICS, December 26

Researchers at the Advanced Technology Institute at the University of Surrey have reported in the January 2006 issue of Nature Materials the first demonstration of negative resistance in amorphous semiconductors.

Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news9374.html

ULTRACOLD TEST PRODUCES LONG-SOUGHT QUANTUM MIX, December 22
Unbalanced superfluid could be akin to exotic matter found in quark star

In the bizarre and rule-bound world of quantum physics, every tiny spec of matter has something called "spin" - an intrinsic trait like eye color - that cannot be changed and which dictates, very specifically, what other bits of matter the spec can share quantum space with. When fermions, the most antisocial type of quantum particle, do get together, they pair up in a wondrous dance that enables such things as superconductivity.

Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news9296.html







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