Definition of "electromigration" [electromigration]
The transport of small particles under the influence of an electric charge (noun)
The separation of ions of isotopes by this method (noun)
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Use "electromigration" in a sentence
"It can conduct currents one thousand times greater than can copper, without electromigration [a form of structural decomposition within a material due to large current flows] 5."
"Increasing current flow through the metal layers of the discharging path can also cause electromigration (EM) induced damages to interconnects."
"CustomSim verifies complex power management designs at the transistor level by identifying IR drop, electromigration and standby leakage issues that can impact the reliability and performance of integrated circuits."