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New Technique Could Mean Super Thin, Strong Graphene-based Circuits

August 29, 2012

illustration of single-atom-thick films Integrated circuits, which are in everything from coffeemakers to computers, are quite thin--but Cornell researchers think they can make them even thinner by pushing thin-film boundaries to the single-atom level. Full Story

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