First SiC dynistor

First SiC dynistor

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A four-layer dynistor has been made from SiC for the first time. Switching voltage is in the range from 30–50 V and switching time is about 10−8 s. The structure has been fabricated with a modified liquid-phase epitaxy (LPE).


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