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Hetero-integrated Nanostructures and Nanodevices

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Flatter Chips: 2D Materials Along With New Manufacturing Methods

Many researchers believe there is a new opportunity to dramatically improve the transistors themselves by fashioning them out of the atomically thin sheets that naturally form in graphene and related layered materials. Incorporating a new material into highly optimized, state-of-the-art manufacturing will not be easy, although industry has done it before. It may start by grafting two-dimensional (2D) materials onto traditional chips to provide special capabilities, such as better interconnections or integrated optical devices. "Some form of 2D materials is going to be introduced integrally into the electronics eventually," said Xiangfeng Duan of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

Read the article via Communications of the ACM

UCLA, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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E-mail: xduan@chem.ucla.edu