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+ - Grad student makes nanowires just three atoms thick->

Submitted by Science_afficionado
Science_afficionado writes: A Vanderbilt University graduate student, working at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, has discovered a way to create nanowires capable of linking transistors and other components made out of the monolayer material TMDC. His accomplishment is an important step toward creating monolayer microelectronic devices, which could be as thin and flexible as paper and extremely tough.
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Grad student makes nanowires just three atoms thick

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