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Advancing Next-Generation Semiconductors

News   Mar 09, 2018 | Original Story from Gauss Centre for Supercomputing.

 
Advancing Next-Generation Semiconductors

Illustration of a doped organic semiconductor based on fullerene C60 molecules (green). The benzimidazoline dopant (purple) donates an electron to the C60 molecules in its surrounding (dark green). These electrons can then propagate through the semiconductor material (light green). Credit: S. Hutsch/F. Ortmann, TU Dresden.

 
 
 

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