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Science & Technology

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Aug 15, 1995 | From the print edition

Scientists at the Research and
Technology Department of the
Naval Surface Warfare Center in
White Oak, Maryland, have produced high quality insulator films
on gallium arsenide semiconductors, a concept previously thought
to be impossible. The technique
could refashion electronics.

According to researchers, gallium arsenide is intrinsically a better
semiconductor than silicon, because
electrons in the former travel at a
much greater speed than in silicon.

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