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Submission + - Getting Closer To Using Graphene For Electronics->

tgrigsby writes: "Students at Georgia Tech Georgia Tech have developed a new "templated growth" technique that allows fabrication of nanoribbons with smooth edges and high conductivity. Predicting the ability to produce features no more than 10 nanometers wide and with extremely low resistance, Yike Hu and John Hankinson may be developing the next generation of processor technology."
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