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Thin film transistor and method for fabricating the same

Image Number 6 for United States Patent #8119465.

A method of fabricating a thin film transistor including: forming a gate on a substrate; forming a gate insulation layer on the substrate to cover the gate; forming an oxide semiconductor layer on the gate insulation layer; forming a translucent layer on a partial region of the oxide semiconductor layer; performing an optical annealing process to transform the oxide semiconductor layer into an oxide channel layer and two ohmic contact layers by using the translucent layer as a mask, where the oxide channel layer is located under the translucent layer, and the ohmic contact layers are respectively located beside the oxide channel layer and are connected with the oxide channel layer; and forming a source and a drain electrically insulated from each other on the gate insulation layer and the ohmic contact layers.

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