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Mikrotechnik

Great Game about Mikrotechnologie

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Was bedeutet CMOS? Complementary Metal Oxid Semicondoctor
Was ist ein selbstjustierendes Gate? Erst Gate, dann Aktive-Gebiete?
Warum wird das Gate als trockene Oxidation aufgebracht? Weil ein trockenes Oxid elektrisch stabliler ist.
Wie wird eine Dotierung eingebracht? Über Implantation oder Diffusion.
Warum ist es komplizierter, einen p-Mos herzustellen, als eine n-Mos Weil eine Implantation benötigt wird.
Created by: zigulle