Norway has successfully developed new semiconducto

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Norway has successfully developed a new type of semiconductor industrial composite material

researchers at the Norwegian University of science and technology in recent years have successfully developed a new type of semiconductor industrial composite material "gallium arsenide nanowires" and applied for a technical patent. This composite material is based on graphene, has excellent photoelectric properties, and will be highly competitive in the future semiconductor product market, This new material is considered as the basis of new equipment systems that are expected to change the semiconductor industry. The technical achievement was published in the American Science Journal nano express

the research team of the Department of electronics and Telecommunications of the Norwegian University of science and technology led by Professor Helge weman and crayonanoas jointly developed and jointly applied for a patent. The product adopts automatic molecular beam epitaxy growth method to generate semiconductor nanowires on atomic thin graphene. The new electrode has transparency, good toughness and low price. Professor weman believes that although this nanowire is not a new product, it is a new template for the production method of semiconductor devices. This technology patent can be applied to the production of solar cells and light-emitting diodes in the future

the application of graphene in semiconductor industry has attracted wide attention all over the world. At present, IBM and Samsung are committed to developing graphene, hoping to replace silicon in electronic products such as touch screens. The advantage of this technology is that it makes consumer electronic products easier to upgrade without any restrictions on design, and provides a new platform for electronic products and optoelectronic devices. The biggest potential markets in the future are nano solar cells based on graphene and semiconductor nanowires, self powered nano machines and advanced 3D integrated circuits. Their application prospects include the production of clothing, notebooks, traditional, tablet computers and sports accessories. In the future, electronic products will be more miniature and efficient. Graphene will be the preferred substrate for many applications in the future, and it will be the basis of new electronic equipment systems

since 2007, the Norwegian Research Council has initiated a project to support this research. The Nanotechnology Laboratory of the Norwegian University of science and technology, the National Nanotechnology Laboratory and MBE laboratory have jointly participated in this scientific research. In order to support the commercialization of this achievement, crayonanoas has been specially established. At present, the technology transfer center of Norwegian University of science and technology and crayonanoas co own the technology patent

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