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MDI MEGLIO112
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This is great news
MDI MEGLIO112   4/7/2014 9:27:06 PM
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When the transistor was invented it was not considered a disruptive technology since it could not scale in frequency due to the imputies in the then silicon ingots.  It took a few years for a German company to find a way to clean silicon using "Zone Refining" methods.   

I see the same thing happening here with graphene.  I'm going to take a second look at Samsung as an investment.  

 

 

resistion
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Still a lot missing
resistion   4/7/2014 9:53:20 PM
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They can grow a graphene monolayer on Ge but then this monolayer has to be transferred. I was hoping processing could follow immediately.

elctrnx_lyf
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Re: Still a lot missing
elctrnx_lyf   4/8/2014 2:37:34 PM
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Samsung is making bigger strides with their invention of new materials.

resistion
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Re: Still a lot missing
resistion   4/8/2014 3:54:12 PM
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More like processing of new materials..



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