Their zinc-tin-oxide 'thin-film' materials are amorphous, physically robust, chemically stable and cheap to produce at just above room temperature. These new materials and transistors offer many new possibilities for consumer electronics, transportation, business and the military.
Even if these transparent transistors don't show up inside your next computer, they might soon appear in flat panel screens, flexible electronics devices you'll carry with you, and even in your car windshields. But it should take some time. Read more for additional details and an illustration.
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