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Ultra-thin ferroelectric material for next-generation electronics

(Tokyo Institute of Technology) Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology have demonstrated the potential of a new, thin-film ferroelectric material that could improve the performance of next-generation sensors and semi-conductors...
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