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http://www.wileycustom.com/CornellNanotechnology/download.htm NANOTECHNOLOGY IMPORTANT NOTE: As an additional security precaution a password is required to open the PDF file, the password for all files is “cornell” and is required each time you open the document. Click on a chapter below to access the PDF. Chapter 18 Electrical Properties Appendix D Introduction to Semiconductor Fabrication Appendix E Thin Films and Stresses Appendix F Moore’s Law
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Moore’s Law 1M(Mega) = 10 6 1G(Giga) = 10 9 1T(Tera) = 10 12 1P(Peta) = 10 15
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Device Scaling Good news Smaller devices mean faster devices Smaller devices can be lower power if operating voltages also get smaller Bad news Time for current to move through metal interconnects is getting longer as devices get smaller Thinner gate oxide means leakage and more off-state power consumption
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Molecular Electronics Crossbar: Array of diodes connected by nanowires Memory, Logic
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Molecular Electronics: Pros and Cons MOSFET Technology – MOSFET is larger than nanowires
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2008 for the course ENGRI 1110 taught by Professor Giannelis during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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