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Images Dated 3rd October 2002

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Coloured SEM of a single-electron transistor Featured 3 Oct 2002 Print

Coloured SEM of a single-electron transistor

Single-electron transistor. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a single-electron transistor. Like the larger transistors it is designed to replace, it has three parts, positive and negative terminals (lower left and right) with a "gate" (centre) situated in the few nanometres between them. Altering the current on the gate alters the state of the transistor (from "on" to "off"). In a normal transistor, this requires thousands of electrons worth of charge, but this device can be activated by a single electron. This means more transistors can fit on a silicon chip, making it faster, more powerful and more efficient. Magnification unknown

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DTM Championship: Manuel Reuter, Team Phoenix Opel Astra Coupe, leading over Timo Scheider Team Holzer Opel Astra Coupe, Peter Dumbreck Original-Teile Featured 3 Oct 2002 Print

DTM Championship: Manuel Reuter, Team Phoenix Opel Astra Coupe, leading over Timo Scheider Team Holzer Opel Astra Coupe, Peter Dumbreck Original-Teile

Manuel Reuter, (GER) Team Phoenix Opel Astra Coupe, leading over Timo Scheider (GER) Team Holzer Opel Astra Coupe, Peter Dumbreck (GBR) Original-Teile AMG-Mercedes CLK, Uwe Alzen (GER) Warsteiner AMG-Mercedes CLK and Laurent Aiello (FRA) Team Abt-Sportsline Audi TT.
DTM Championship, Rd9, Zandvoort, Holland. 29 September 2002.
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DTM Championship: Double success for the Abt-Team with a win for Mattias Ekstrom, right, and the 2002 championship won by Laurent Aiello, left Featured 3 Oct 2002 Print

DTM Championship: Double success for the Abt-Team with a win for Mattias Ekstrom, right, and the 2002 championship won by Laurent Aiello, left

Double success for the Abt-Team with a win for Mattias Ekstrom (SWE), right, and the 2002 championship won by Laurent Aiello (FRA), left. Team Abt Sportsline team manager Hans-Jurgen Abt (GER).
DTM Championship, Rd9, Zandvoort, Holland. 29 September 2002.
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