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Gallia Inc, Weston, Massachusetts reckons it has solved the weakness that has made Gallium Arsenide difficult to fabricate and unreliable: according to Science magazine, Gallia has found a way to coat the circuitry with an insulating layer that assures the reliability of the chip while losing none of the material’s electrical properties; the process involves laying down a coating of Gallium Sulphide on the Gallium Arsenide using chemical vapour deposition to lay down crystals, which prevents the Gallium Sulphide from oxidising in air.

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