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Flat transistor defies the limit

A transistor has been demonstrated that operates at low supply voltages by exceeding a theoretical limit. The finding opens up avenues to the development of integrated circuits that have extremely low power consumption. See Letter p.91

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Tomioka, K. Flat transistor defies the limit. Nature 526, 51–52 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/526051a

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