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MIT turns “magic” material into versatile electronic devices

Three useful electronic devices have been created using a “magic” material that is made of carbon layers that are atomically thin.Typically, these devices, all of which are crucial to the quantum electronics industry, are made with a variety of materials and multiple steps of fabrication.

A number of issues related to those more complex processes are automatically resolved by the MIT method.Consequently, the work may usher in a new generation of quantum electronic devices for quantum computing-related applications.

Additionally, superconducting devices can conduct electricity without resistance.However, they accomplish this through a novel mechanism that, with additional research, may provide new insights into superconductivity’s physics.The findings of the study are published in Nature Nanotechnology on May 3.

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