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Making Microelectronics Out of Nanodiamond 80

Posted by timothy
from the nanodiamond-age dept.
Science_afficionado writes "Electrical engineers at Vanderbilt have created the basic components for computer chips out of thin films of nanodiamond. These combine the properties of vacuum tubes and solid state microelectronics and can operate in extreme environments where normal devices fail."
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