Publication Date

Fall 2014


The MOSFET, or metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor, are the sole entities responsible for processing in microchips of everyday electronics, yet they have become extremely small. How can one manufacture such a small, powerful product? By using the simple process of pushing ions away with a nearby electric charge, a switch can be compressed down to unimaginable sizes.


Chemistry 101


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