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IBM reports progress with carbon nanotubes that will ensure Moore’s Law continues

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“I.B.M. scientists are reporting progress in a chip making technology that is likely to ensure the shrinking of the basic digital switch at the heart of modern microchips for more than another decade. The advance is based on carbon nanotubes, exotic molecules that have long held out promise as an alternative material to silicon.”

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