Similar charges are attracted to each other

NUST MISIS scientists have finally found out why a material that could potentially become the basis for ultra-fast memory in new computers is formed. Professor Petr Karpov and Serguei Brazovskii, both researchers at NUST MISIS, have managed to develop a theory which explains the mechanism of the latent state formation in layered tantalum disulfide, one of the most promising materials for modern microelectronics.

Similar charges are attracted to each other

NUST MISIS scientists have discovered how the latent state formation in layered tantalum disulfide develops. The discovery has future applications in computer memory.

Mon 16 Apr 18 from Phys.org

Similar charges are attracted to each other, Fri 13 Apr 18 from Eurekalert

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