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December 26, 2007

Posted by ostapus in Uncategorized.


Princeton (NJ) – Researchers at Princeton University have discovered a potentially viable way to use carbon as a replacement substrate material for silicon.  The team has figured out how to build transistors on tiny patches of the substrate, called graphene, just a few atomic layers thick.  The research indicates that switching speeds could be 10x faster than silicon. Sounds cool but still too far from working  examples.



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