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Default Revitalizing Moore’s Law with ’3D graphene’

Researchers from Berkeley Lab have discovered a “3D” material which shares the electrical properties of graphene, which could be used to create faster transistors and more compact hard drives. Graphene, the strongest material in the world, is a fascinating material not only for its strength, but for its structure, and other physical properties. Electrons can [...]
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