Reconfigurable molybdenum ditelluride devices with multiple functions

Schematic and working principle of a single-gate reconfigurable MoTe2 device. Credit: Nature Electronics (2023). DOI: 10.1038/s41928-023-01056-1

Over the past decades, electronics engineers have been trying to develop increasingly smaller and highly performing field effect transistors (FETs) with multiple functions. FETs are crucial components of most electronics on the market today, which can control the electrical current flowing through devices.

Downscaling FETs to reach sizes below 10nm, however, has proved very challenging. Some studies have thus been exploring the potential of reconfigurable devices, devices that can change their function as they are operating, as alternatives to conventional FETs.
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