Oxide Semiconductor Thin‐Film Transistors: A Review of Recent Advances

@article{Fortunato2012OxideST,
  title={Oxide Semiconductor Thin‐Film Transistors: A Review of Recent Advances},
  author={Elvira Fortunato and Pedro Barquinha and Rodrigo Martins},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
  year={2012},
  volume={24(22)},
  pages={2945-2986}
}
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