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Fabbing graphene arrays rivaling silicon process

5/26/2011 10:16 PM EDT
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yalanand
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yalanand   6/4/2011 5:01:19 AM
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This is great news. Just wondering if graphene transistors will make CMOS transistors obsolete ?

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UdaraW   5/30/2011 8:46:13 PM
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It is unfortunate that the interested readers need a subscrption to view the original paper on Nature Materials. Generally, online news items on inventions tend to mask all the engineering details and to be limited to mere quotes from the researchers. Yet, this article is quite useful because it provides a glimpse into the technical details of the graphene process and what the researchers were trying to do. Good one!

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wilber_xbox   5/29/2011 4:22:43 PM
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hopefully this does not turn out to be CNT story.

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jmbolo   5/28/2011 3:44:13 PM
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Getting there!

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