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Silicon's successors

Silicon's successors

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The present paper focuses on the development of new materials to serve as the successors to silicon in the semiconductor industry. The addition of foreign elements to tried-and-tested silicon processes is fraught with difficulty, but chipmakers may be forced to adopt half-metals and a select cadre of other materials to enable future semiconductor scaling. The development of graphene emerges as an new electronic material.

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