Copper may be supplanted by graphene in IC interconnects

11/16/2011 | EE Times India (free registration)

Researchers at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute speculate that copper may someday be replaced by graphene as the predominant interconnect material in chips. Copper's limitations as an interconnect material will grow more apparent as the size of interconnects continues to shrink, the researchers write in a study published in the ACS Nano journal.

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