13 two-dimensional materials identified for FETs, some are new

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Swiss scientists have had a computational look at two-dimensional materials, like graphene, to see which will make the best transistors. From 100 candidate compounds, 13 show promise – in some cases more promise than the predicted trend of silicon finfets. The team, from ETH Zurich and EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), modelled current versus voltage characteristics …

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