NewsMIT turns ‘magic’ material into versatile electronic
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5th May 2021by admin0
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In a feat worthy of a laboratory conceived by J.K.
Rowling, MIT researchers and colleagues have turned a “magic”
material composed of atomically thin layers of carbon into three
useful electronic devices. Normally, such devices, all key to the
quantum electronics industry, are created using a variety of
materials that require multiple fabrication steps. The MIT approach
automatically solves a variety of problems associated with those
more complicated processes.

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