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Thread: Re: Alpha particles detector with PIC logger
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> Then if you to real fine geometries then you go back to having no
radiation
> problems. My understanding is that geometries finer than 0.25 micron are
> considered intrinsically rad hard for use in space and other radiation
> critical uses.

I hadn't heard this and I must say it isn't intuitive to me. Can someone
explain the mechanism and/or confirm this immunity. (I could go Googling but
presumably people here who work regularly in with such areas will have the
facts at their fingertips).



       Russell McMahon

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