- n. Plural form of semiconductor.
“The US position in semiconductors is really very good. jmo Says:”
“When I was working in semiconductors (at a design house, not in manufacturing) I did worry that much of the semiconductor manufacturing was overseas.”
“Actel specializes in semiconductors called field programmable gate arrays, which are able to withstand high radiation, while Microsemi focuses on analog and integrated chips that help regulate power usage.”
“They spent a year designing a new kind of inverter called a microinverter, harnessing expertise in semiconductors, software, communications and power systems.”
“Players can cooperate, defect by claiming property (happened in semiconductors and in software, where claiming property was uncommon but then became standard), or defect by copying.”
“State and federal officials are aiming to reassert the nation's traditional leadership in semiconductors by providing hundreds of millions of dollars toward a cutting edge research institute and the construction of a $4.5 billion silicon chip manufacturing plant.”
“And warm quantum states have recently been demonstrated in semiconductors (Lau et al, 2006; Stern et al, 2006; c.f. Amin et al, 2006).”
“Stanford researchers predict a new state of matter in semiconductors”
“Giaever, who invented and studied the detailed properties of the "tunnel junction", an electronic component based on superconductivity, shared the second half with Leo Esaki for work on tunneling phenomena in semiconductors (see below).”
“The theorists at Bell had all done work in semiconductors at some time or another and were very helpful in the learning process, particularly through their constant give-and-take with the experimentalists.”
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