PriMera Scientific Engineering (ISSN: 2834-2550)

Short Communication

Volume 4 Issue 3

Semiconductors of the Future: Transducers and Selectors of Universe Electromagnetic Energy

Francisco Bulnes*

March 06, 2024

DOI : 10.56831/PSEN-04-116


The true and real development of the electronics comes with the research on semiconductors, which represent the interphase of all electronic transformation in any material state, even gas state and the interacting with the characteristics and qualities of the environmental and nature ambient to control an electromagnetic fields and produce enough electromagnetic energy, since electric fields can affect semiconductings properties, generating different electric potentials, spin currents, dosage of super-electrons (or Cooper pairs [1]), ionic concentration or even to obtain derived products (in the photon level) from an electromagnetic plasma as different fermion species, even the Majorana fermions structuring the conductor materials according their superconductivity. Although also, the semiconductors are that unique conductor class that acts as either insulator or conductor, depending of the electronic saturation, its interaction with the environmental factors, such that temperature, light, electric currents, magnetic fields, or even humidity. The Universe is a superconductor, and this is there to be used through devices that control and modify its supercurrents.


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