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4/23/2014

An inert organic layer one molecule thick insulates the conductor above, whose load capacity can be raised or loweredby tweaking its hydrogen content.(Source: University of Rochester)
An inert organic layer one molecule thick insulates the conductor above, whose load capacity can be raised or lowered
by tweaking its hydrogen content.
(Source: University of Rochester)

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daleste
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Moore's law
daleste   4/23/2014 7:52:45 PM
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Just when you think we have hit the end of Moore's law, someone comes up with a new idea.  This will take a long time to productize, but it could help us to move a litttle farther down the shrink path.

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