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A revolution of nanoscale dimensions

The continued drive to shrink the size and increase the functionality of electronic devices has seen the influence of nanotechnology strengthen as it offers materials with a layer thickness of one or a few atoms. Technological changes, awaited by computational scientists, are afoot.

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Dresselhaus, M. A revolution of nanoscale dimensions. Nat Rev Mater 1, 15017 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/natrevmats.2015.17

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