Graphene and two-dimensional materials for silicon technology

  title={Graphene and two-dimensional materials for silicon technology},
  author={Deji Akinwande and Cedric Huyghebaert and Ching-Hua Wang and Martha I. Serna and Stijn Goossens and Lain‐Jong Li and H.-S. Philip Wong and Frank H. L. Koppens},
  pages={507 - 518}
The development of silicon semiconductor technology has produced breakthroughs in electronics—from the microprocessor in the late 1960s to early 1970s, to automation, computers and smartphones—by downscaling the physical size of devices and wires to the nanometre regime. Now, graphene and related two-dimensional (2D) materials offer prospects of unprecedented advances in device performance at the atomic limit, and a synergistic combination of 2D materials with silicon chips promises a… 

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