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Electronic devices including electrodes with insulating spacers thereon










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7053435.

An electronic device may include a substrate, a conductive layer on the substrate, and an insulating spacer. The conductive electrode may have an electrode wall extending away from the substrate. The insulating spacer may be provided on the electrode wall with portions of the electrode wall being free of the insulating spacer between the substrate and the insulating spacer. Related methods and structures are also discussed.








 
 
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