diffused junction


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diffused junction

n
(General Physics) a semiconductor junction formed by diffusing acceptor or donor impurity atoms into semiconductor material to form regions of p-type or n-type conductivity. See also photolithography2 Compare alloyed junction
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As highlighted in the ITRS, scaling of diffused junctions is considered one of the critical challenges for complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technologies at the 100 nm and smaller design nodes, and is essential to advancing performance of future semiconductor devices.