A carbon-nanotube transistor has been made that performs better than the best conventional silicon analogues. The result propels these devices to the forefront of future microchip technologies.
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Kreupl, F. Carbon nanotubes finally deliver. Nature 484, 321–322 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1038/484321a
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