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Breakthrough reported in fabricating nanochips


January 24, 2019

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A breakthrough in fabricating atom-thin processors could have far-reaching impacts on nanoscale chip production and in labs across the globe where scientists are exploring 2D materials for ever-smaller and faster semiconductors. Researchers reported that lithography using a probe heated above 100 degrees Celsius outperformed standard electron beam lithography for fabricating metal electrodes for promising 2D semiconductor materials such as molybdenum disulfide. Full Story

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New York University Tandon School of Engineering

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