Thank you for visiting the Stanford 2D Trends website! The purpose of this site is to compile and summarize the "trends" in
device research. Our hope is that this
website will facilitate important discuss within the 2D device community and help researchers benchmark their results.
We also recognize our data is not an exhaustive search of all the reports on 2D transistors. If you think there is research
not shown here that should be represented, please contact us. We look forward to your thoughts and comments.
The most important thing to remember when looking at this website is that correlation is NOT causation
. Just because the data shows
a trend, does not mean there is a correlation between the x and y variables. Correlation could emerge from circumstantial causes,
such as maybe there is a trend that decreasing contact spacing actually decreases Ion. This does not make sense in the context of
resistance and could be because fabricating shorter channel lengths is more difficult and leads to poorer device characteristics.
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