Real-life ‘quantum molycircuits’ using exotic nanotubes

Molybdenum disulfide MoS2 is a groundbreaking material for electronics applications. As a two-dimensional layer similar to graphene, it is an excellent semiconductor, and can even become intrinsically superconducting under the right conditions. It’s not particularly surprising that science fiction authors have already been speculating about molycircs, fictional computer circuits built from MoS2, for years—and that physicists and engineers are directing huge research efforts at this material.


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