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2-D electronics: researchers improve hexagonal material

6/13/2013 11:08 AM EDT
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DrQuine   6/15/2013 3:19:07 AM
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With germanane, graphene, conductive plastics, and molybdenum disulfide, this is going to be the decade of new electronic circuit materials. Besides flexible electronics, better manufacturing yields, and speed, I wonder what the other consequences will be.

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