Issue Date: July 6, 2015
Electronic Chemical Makers Help Keep Gordon Moore’s Prediction Alive
Aeons from now, people might regard the semiconductors in our computers, phones, and flash drives the same way we now marvel at the Pyramid of Cheops: as wonders of precision and craftsmanship.
Bob Roberts, an industry veteran who works for Axus Technology and also consults for Techcet, tells people to imagine a 12-inch silicon wafer blown up to a mile in diameter. The wafer, at that scale, would be 13 feet thick. But . . .
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