Single Electron Transfer (SET)


Single Electron Transfer (SET)

Excange of electrons, one at a time, between two electrodes. While our current electronic devices use a multitude of electrons, nanoelectronic circuits would operate with very few or even one electron at a time.

Articles on that refer to Single Electron Transfer (SET)

Why We Can Be Confident of Turing Test Capability Within a Quarter Century By Ray Kurzweil
Chapter 3: Organism and Machine By Michael Denton
A Simple Model of Unbounded Evolutionary Versatility as a Largest-Scale Trend in Organismal Evolution By Peter D. Turney
Essentials of General Intelligence: The direct path to AGI By Peter Voss
Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
The Unabomber's Manifesto By Ted Kaczynski
The Law of Accelerating Returns By Ray Kurzweil
Book Review: A New Kind of Science By Scott Aaronson
I, Nanobot By Alan H Goldstein
The Human Machine Merger: Why We Will Spend Most of Our Time in Virtual Reality in the Twenty-first Century By Ray Kurzweil

News Articles that refer to Single Electron Transfer (SET)

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