Extremely flexible nanoscale ultrathin body silicon integrated circuits on plastic.

@article{Shahrjerdi2013ExtremelyFN,
  title={Extremely flexible nanoscale ultrathin body silicon integrated circuits on plastic.},
  author={Davood Shahrjerdi and Stephen W. Bedell},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={315-20}
}
In recent years, flexible devices based on nanoscale materials and structures have begun to emerge, exploiting semiconductor nanowires, graphene, and carbon nanotubes. This is primarily to circumvent the existing shortcomings of the conventional flexible electronics based on organic and amorphous semiconductors. The aim of this new class of flexible nanoelectronics is to attain high-performance devices with increased packing density. However, highly integrated flexible circuits with nanoscale… CONTINUE READING
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