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Chips made with carbon-nanotubes are faster than their silicon cousins!

A very good explanation of how carbon-nanotubes can be relatively easily fabricated onto silicon wafers, to form nanotube-based transistors (& thus faster chips) can be found via the following link: 

I think it's well worth a read & its not too technical as well!  So enjoy!



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