New graphene-based 'atomristors' could pave the way towards more powerful computing

By using graphene sheets as electrodes and semiconducting atomic sheets (molybdenum sulfide) as the active layer, the entire memory cell is a sandwich about 1.5 nanometers thick, which makes it possible to densely pack atomristors layer by layer in a plane. This is a substantial advantage overĀ …

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