Will cadmium arsenide overtake graphene as an electronics wonder material?

06/5/2014 | Engadget

Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and at Oxford and Stanford universities are turning to cadmium arsenide as a potential alternative to graphene in semiconductor applications. Unlike graphene, which is limited to operating in two dimensions, cadmium arsenide can work in three dimensions, researchers report.

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