Molybdenite transistors may rival graphene-based devices
Researchers in Switzerland have made the first working transistors made from flakes of molybdenite just one molecule thick. A mixture of molybdenum and sulphur, the material is a semiconductor with direct bandgap, which means that could be better than silicon for making certain photonic devices. Indeed, the scientists believe molybdenite could even rival "wonder material" graphene in its potential for use in future electronic circuits.
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