The new approach does not require high temperatures or other crystals to act as seeds to grow the germanium
crystal and the researchers said that the new method can be used to produce germanium
films with a very large area, allowing for more potential applications.
Table 8: World Historic Review for Germanium
atoms on a semiconductor surface, for example, form three strained bonds with like atoms below, leaving one unlinked "bond" protruding upward.
Because of its importance in these applications, germanium
was added to the National Defense Stockpile in the early 1980s.
, Gallium and Lead contents are determined using ICP methods.
Laflin, President and CEO of the Company, said, "The first germanium
tetrafluoride production run was completed on January 23.
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Washington, April 14 ( ANI ): Chemists at The Ohio State University have developed a technology for making a one-atom-thick sheet of germanium
, and found that it conducts electrons more than ten times faster than silicon and five times faster than conventional germanium
According to the company, the contract is to upgrade part of the National Defense Stockpile (NDS) high-purity germanium
metal inventory to unfinished germanium
substrates for multifunction photovoltaic solar cells employed in National Security Space (NSS) applications.
The Ames group also developed a new magnetic-refrigerant material--a combination of gadolinium, germanium
, and silicon--that produces the largest cooling effect of any material to date.
The transistor uses a modified design and IBM's proven silicon germanium
(SiGe) technology to reach speeds of 210 GigaHertz (GHz) while drawing just a milliamp of electrical current.
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Alloys of germanium
are already found in commercial chips, so germanium
transistors could be easier to integrate into existing chip-manufacturing processes than transistors made from more exotic materials.