Atom-Thick Material Runs Rings Around Silicon

A leading contender to replace silicon as the basis for computing has made another step forward. Transistors one atom thick and ten atoms wide have been made by UK researchers. They were carved from graphene, predicted by some to one day oust silicon as the basis of future computing

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