- n. A microelectronic device.
- adj. Relating to microelectronics.
- adj. of or relating to or consisting of miniature electronic components
- Micro- vanishingly small + electronic. (Wiktionary)
“The investigation may be concerned with a crystal surface, whose structure is of interest in microelectronic applications.”
“It turns out that we've discovered a lot of ways to control materials at the molecular level as we went through building microelectronic devices," Dr. Hedrick said.”
“These losses have been driven by the migration of microelectronic manufacturing to low-cost foreign locations, such as Taiwan, Singapore, China, and Korea.”
“It is an industry association of nearly 300 companies in the microelectronic, semiconductor, photovoltaic and software sectors, clustered around Dresden.”
“But advancing microelectronic manufacturing processes led to higher and higher resolution (more megapixels), until now even the old curmudgeons admit that the latest digital cameras rival the best of the old films.”
“Rather, these sophisticated sentients start miniaturizing their technology, eventually uploading their minds into some sort of microelectronic computer, at which point colonizing star systems will seem as tempting as oxcart travel.”
“Lead zirconate titanate (PZT) – a pezoelectric ceramic – is the material of choice for transducers, actuators, and microelectronic sensors.”
“Its products, including microelectronic components and test systems, are used by companies in the space, avionics, defense, commercial wireless communications and medical markets.”
“Later, more compact devices were developed with the advent of microelectronic circuitry.”
“Ferromagnetic thin films of metallic materials — ranging in thickness from fractions of a nanometer to several micrometers — are layered in patterns on a substrate (such as silicon) during the manufacture of many microelectronic devices that use magnetic properties, such as computer hard drives.”
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