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  1. (65 nm) process is an advanced lithographic node used in volume CMOS semiconductor fabrication

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  2. Printed linewidths (i.e., transistor gate lengths) can reach as low as 25 nm on a nominally 65 nm process, while the pitch between two lines may be greater than 130 nm

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  3. Gate length: 30 nm (high-performance) to 50 nm (low-power)

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  4. See Table 40a in the 2006 industry roadmap [http://www.itrs.net/Links/2006Update/FinalToPost/04PIDS2006Update.pdf]

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  5. For reference, cellular ribosomes are about 20 nm end-to-end

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  6. A crystal of bulk silicon has a lattice constant of 0.543 nm, so such transistors are on the order of 100 atoms across

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