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Researchers from UNSW Sydney have developed a tiny, transparent and flexible material to be used as a novel dielectric (insulator) component in transistors. The new material would enable what conventional silicon semiconductor electronics cannot do—get any smaller without compromising their function.

The research, recently published in Nature, indicates the potential for large-scale production of a 2D —a device used to control current in electronics. The could help overcome the challenges of nanoscale silicon semiconductor production for dependable capacitance ( stored) and efficient switching behavior.

According to the researchers, this is one of the crucial bottlenecks to solve for the development of a new generation of futuristic electronic devices, from augmented reality, flexible displays and new wearables, as well as many yet-discovered applications.

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