MoS2 offers tiny chips, with huge energy savings, Swiss find

30th January 2011, Comments 0 comments

Lausanne, Switzerland GenevaLunch - EPFL researchers in Lausanne have shown that a material now used in lubricants could herald a long-awaited leap forward in the electronics industry, allowing smaller and more energy-efficient electronic chips: a material with “distinct advantages over traditional silicon or graphene”. EPFL says molybdenite, also known as MoS2, could replace these two materials. ...

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