Future Semiconductors Could be 'Photocopied' Using Graphene

July 31, 2017

Semiconductor chips of tomorrow could one day be manufactured by using a "photocopying" process on super-thin sheets of graphene, rather than using traditional silicon, according to research being conducted at MIT.

The MIT research involves graphene, which are single-atom-thin sheets of graphite that are being used to copy intricate crystalline patterns from an underlying silicon wafer onto to an adjacent top layer of an identical material.

A woman in an office uses a copy machine while papers fly about.

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