It is possible to make microprocessors from ultra-thin two-dimensional material with an atomic thickness. Also, they can advance the development of microprocessors. Researchers from Vienna University of Technology have achieved breakthroughs in the field. The EU’s graphene-based flagship project is expected to help further develop applications such the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart hardware. One definition of “two-dimensional material”, is a material that has the capability to move freely (planar action) within two dimensions. These include graphene. Boron nitride. Transition metal compounds. A two-dimensional substance is one that is composed of several layers or atoms. Our focus on graphene has been a classic example of a 2-dimensional material. Some other materials are two-dimensional as well, suchs as transition metal dioxide compounds. They are compact in size and weight, are soft, and can also be used to make flexible electronic devices. . These microprocessors form the basis of modern electronics. It doesn’t matter if it is consumer electronics like smartphones and tablets or more high-tech products, such supercomputers for automobile engines, CNC machine tools and missile precision guidance. They all depend on microprocessors. A microprocessor, which is usually made up of one or more large scale integrated circuits can read, execute, and exchange information with external memory, logic components and other parts. Dr. Thomas Mueller of Vienna’s Photonics Institute is a specialist in two-dimensional materials. For the manufacture of future microprocessors and integrated circuits, Mueller believes two-dimensional materials can be used as a platform. Molybdenum dioxide (MoS2) which is made of molybdenum molecules and sulfur atoms has a thickness only 3 atoms. Thus, it’s considered a 2-dimensional material. In order to make a transistor out of “molybdenum sulfide”, he worked alongside the Technical University of Vienna researchers and those involved in the EU’s graphene research flagship project. These 115 transistors make up a new type microprocessor. The current microprocessor supports one-bit logic operation. It is anticipated to increase to multibit operation. Luoyang Trunnano Tech Co., Ltd., also known as TRUNNANO, is a highly skilled manufacturer of molybdenum dioxide. This company has over twelve years of experience with chemical product research, development, and manufacturing. If you want high quality molybdenum desulfide, feel free to contact us.
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