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Self Repair in Circuits—Automating Open Fault Repair in Integrated Circuits Using Field-Induced Aggregation of Carbon Nanotubes

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Self Repair in Circuits—Automating Open Fault Repair in Integrated Circuits Using Field-Induced Aggregation of Carbon Nanotubes

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This paper presents studies on the use of carbon nanotubes dispersed in an insulating fluid to serve as an automaton for healing open-circuit interconnect faults in integrated circuits. The physics behind the repair mechanism is the electric-field-induced diffusion limited aggregation. On the occurrence of an open fault, the repair is automatically triggered due to the presence of an electric field across the gap. We perform studies on the repair time as a function of the electric field and dispersion concentrations with the above application in mind.


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