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Slicing open carbon nanotubes could lead to much faster electronic components.
Understanding how nanotubes heat up could make them useful for electronics.
Researchers have solved one of the fundamental problems in making electronics from nanotubes.
Stretchable electronics and the strongest material ever were just two achievements of 2008.
The computer chip has evolved from a simple integrated circuit to a microprocessor with millions of transistors.
Graphene circuits could lead to high-speed wireless devices and advanced weapons detectors.
Graphene, praised for its electrical properties, has been proven the strongest known material.
Researchers have controlled the position of a single electron in a silicon circuit.
A one-step method sorts and aligns carbon nanotubes for use in electronics.