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Graphene transistors

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Electronic components that use a single molecular layer of carbon, a material substance known as graphene, are one step closer to reality. Researchers at the Department of Chemistry Nano-Science Center at the University of Copenhagen and Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, have successfully tested a graphene-based transistor in an integrated circuit, or computer chip.

This animation illustrates how a graphene-based transistor operates and explains how it improves on current transistor technology.

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