Could a new 2-D material allow semiconductors to keep getting smaller, stronger better and faster?

Not everything is bigger in Texas—some things are really, really small. A group of engineers at The University of Texas at Austin may have found a new material for manufacturing even smaller computer chips that could replace silicon and help overcome one of the biggest challenges facing the tech industry in decades: the inevitable end of Moore's Law.

2D antimony holds promise for post-silicon electronics

Researchers are searching for alternative materials to silicon with semiconducting properties that could form the basis for an alternative chip.

Tue 5 Nov 19 from ScienceDaily

2D antimony holds promise for post-silicon electronics, Mon 4 Nov 19 from Eurekalert

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