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Is Graphene the Next Silicon?

Bill Schweber
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10/8/2018 2:16:42 AM
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If we are able to come up with alternatives before a certain component leaves the face of this planet due to its depletion, then we should by all means harness them to their maximum capability. It is not saying that we should worry about our excessive usage or reliance on that particular component, but it is just to set aside possible options on top of the ready ones on hand. It is never too early to prepare for what is about to come up next irrespective of whether or not we are currently facing shortage of supply.

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