New form of carbon could speed up electronics
Research from Temple University's College of Science and Technology (CST) shows that a new virtual form of carbon could actually significantly speed up computers and other electronics.
For the study, titled "Towards graphyne molecular electronics," chemists from CST's Center for Computational Design of Functional Layered Materials collaborated with researchers at Northwestern University and the University of Toulouse in France. Findings were published in Nature Communications.
—Erica Brooke Fajge