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The thwarted promises of graphene in microelectronics

● Isolated in 2004, this nanomaterial, made up of a single layer of carbon atoms, is much more conductive than the silicon currently used in electronic chips.
● Although the declared technological revolution has been slow in coming, graphene could transform the digital world forever.
● Researchers are exploring other nanomaterials, such as silica, to improve computing performance.
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