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Max The Magnificent
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Re: The Age of Materials
Max The Magnificent   12/3/2013 6:11:41 PM
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@Kris: I am amazed that although being active in this field of emerging materials I have never heard the term "stanene"!

One reason to keep on visiting EE Times to see what's hot (and what's not :-)

krisi
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Re: The Age of Materials
krisi   12/3/2013 5:52:39 PM
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I agree...we have largely exploited what silicon might to offer...I am amazed that although being active in this field of emerging materials I have never heard the term "stanene"!

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The Age of Materials
Max The Magnificent   12/3/2013 4:28:05 PM
I firmly believe that we are poised on a new "age" -- in the same way that people now refer to the past few years as the "Information Age" -- I think that the next few decades will come to be known as the "Materials Age" (see also my review on The Dissapearing Spoon)

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