We would direct fluids to particular surfaces or three-dimensional structures of oxides and then change their properties by applying gate voltages," Parkin said.
What does VG stand for?
VG stands for Gate Voltage
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The new CMOS transistors have a maximum gate voltage of 7V and maximum drain voltage of 10V in operation with breakdown voltage of over 17V.
By properly tuning the gate voltage, very high surface conduction was achieved, up to 51 percent, which represents the highest values in topological insulators.
In this way, the gate voltage regulates the flow of electrons through the device.
This makes it difficult to parallelize or integrate many SET devices, since one does not know a priori whether a given gate voltage turns the device on or off.
It has an increased pulsed current rating of 60 A (compared with 40 A for the EPC1010), improved RDS(ON) at very low gate voltages, and lower capacitance.
 Depletion: Decrease in the number of free carriers in the section bordering the gate oxide film within the gate electrode when applying gate voltage.
3VAUX supplies and are equipped with many features -- including programmable gate voltage slew-rate control, voltage supervision, programmable current limit, and circuit breaker functions.