Fink, Dietmar; Chadderton, Lewis; Hoppe, K.; Fahrner, Wolfgang; Chandra, Amita; Kiv, Arnold
An overview about the state-of-art of the development of a new type of nanoelectronics based on swift-heavy ions is given. Polymeric as well as silicon-based substrates have been used, and both latent and etched ion tracks play a role. Nowadays the interest has shifted from simple scaling-down of capacitors, magnets, transformers, diodes, transistors, etc. towards new types of ion track-based structures hitherto unknown in electronics. These novel structures, denoted by the acronyms "TEAMS"...[Show more]
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