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    Researchers fabricate 2.5nm wide 3D transistors via 'thermal ALE'

    Thermal atomic level etching is technique behind MIT and Uni of Colorado breakthough.
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    Re: Researchers fabricate 2.5nm wide 3D transistors via 'thermal ALE'

    Phwoar, that would be impressive if it is stable enough to reach market!

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    Re: Researchers fabricate 2.5nm wide 3D transistors via 'thermal ALE'

    I knew there was a reason I love craft ALE!

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    Re: Researchers fabricate 2.5nm wide 3D transistors via 'thermal ALE'

    This is just another trick by the government to try and reduce the amount of alcohol we drink by making the "pint" smaller and smaller. 2.5nm pints... yeh and I bet they'll raise the tax as well.

    Sorry, bad joke. It's quite late.

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    Re: Researchers fabricate 2.5nm wide 3D transistors via 'thermal ALE'

    "it could be rapidly integrated into existing production lines." I hope that is truth

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