Graphite pencilled in to replace silicon transistors

Graphite pencilled in to replace silicon transistors


By Jason Palmer A replacement for the silicon transistor – the heart of the modern computer – may be closer than expected, thanks to a material discovered in the 16th century. For the last 20 years, the number of transistors that can be fitted onto a computer chip has doubled about every two years. This trend can’t continue indefinitely, however,
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