NewsAdvance may enable 2D transistors for tinier microchip
components

14th May 2021by admin0
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Moore’s Law, the famous prediction that the number of
transistors that can be packed onto a microchip will double every
couple of years, has been bumping into basic physical limits. These
limits could bring decades of progress to a halt, unless new
approaches are found.

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