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leseratte
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More info, please
leseratte   10/21/2016 2:12:23 AM
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There is something missing from this description.  Oxygen at standard temperature and pressure is a gas.  It doesn't bond to any solid.

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Can fabs control the thickness required?
EagleEye2   10/19/2016 10:04:19 PM
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Clever idea as far as transport. They must be exploiting the ability to control the sub-band structure with extremely thin thickness, thereby optimizing mobility.

But it requires extremely good control of the layer thickness. It seems it might even require control at the atomisitic level.

Can fabs actually control these thicknesses that well?

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