The Microfabrication group at Bell Labs — Holmdel, N.J., has developed techniques for making electronic devices with minimum dimensions of 1000 Angstroms or smaller. These devices have been used to study fundamental quantum noise, one-dimensional quantum conduction and the ultimate limits of microelectronics.
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