Issue Date: May 19, 2014
Block Copolymers For Lithography
With blazing speed and seemingly limitless digital memory, the personal computers of the early 1990s rocketed past those that ranked as state-of-the-art just a couple of years earlier. Within a few years, the new computers were outpaced by even faster ones. And soon the faster ones also became outdated.
For decades, the electronics industry has cranked out one generation after another of ever-faster, smaller, more powerful, and less expensive devices. It has done so through . . .
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