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Supersonic Waves May Help Electronics Beat the Heat

News   May 21, 2018 | Original Story by Dawn Levy for Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

 
Supersonic Waves May Help Electronics Beat the Heat

Neutron scattering studies of lattice excitations in a fresnoite crystal revealed a way to speed thermal conduction. Credit: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Dept. of Energy; graphic artist Jill Hemman.

 
 
 

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