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Alignment Of Carbon Nanotubes In Confined Channels

Methods for forming carbon nanotube arrays are provided. Also provided are the arrays formed by the methods and electronic devices that incorporate the array as active layers. The arrays are formed by...
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Michael Arnold, Katherine Jinkins, Padma Gopalan, Gerald Brady | P170130US01

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High-Quality, Single-Crystalline Silicon-Germanium Films

High-quality, single-crystalline silicon-germanium (Si(1-x)Gex) having a high germanium content is provided. Layers of the high-quality, single-crystalline silicon-germanium can be grown to high sub-c...
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Max Lagally, Thomas Kuech, Yingxin Guan, Shelley Scott, Abhishek Bhat, Xiaorui Cui | P170149US01

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Atomic Layer Chemical Patterns For Block Copolymer Assembly

Provided herein are methods of directed self-assembly (DSA) on atomic layer chemical patterns and related compositions. The atomic layer chemical patterns may be formed from two-dimensional materials ...
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Zhenqiang Ma, Paul Nealey, Michael Arnold, Robert Jacobberger, Tzu-Hsuan Chang, Shisheng Xiong | P150238US02

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Floating Evaporative Assembly Of Aligned Carbon Nanotubes

High density films of semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes having a high degree of nanotube alignment are provided. Also provided are methods of making the films and field effect transistors ...
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Michael Arnold, Padma Gopalan, Gerald Brady, Yongho Joo, Harold Evensen | P140200US03

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Graphene On Germanium As Substrate For Analog Electronics

Electrically conductive material structures, analog electronic devices incorporating the structures and methods for making the structures are provided. The structures include a layer of graphene on a ...
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Max Lagally, Francesca Cavallo, Richard Rojas-Delgado | P140091US01

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Hybrid Heterostructure Light-Emitting Devices

Conventional light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are made of an upper ‘p-type’ layer, a middle ‘intrinsic region’ and a bottom ‘n-type’ layer. Such layered structures are called PIN diodes. Curre...
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Zhenqiang Ma, Jung-Hun Seo | P140343US01

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Stretchable Transistors Using Carbon Nanotube Film

Stretchable electronics have many potential applications such as implantable biosensors, wearable devices and flexible displays. Yet critical components like transistors are still based on silicon. Ef...
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Michael Arnold, Feng Xu | P130386US01

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