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- short for molecular electronics
- ‘The molecular properties of this technology provide the basis for future development of moletronics and nano-computing.’
- ‘Indeed, the new era of moletronics is beckoning just as silicon-era technologists are achieving stunning levels of transistor density.’
- ‘Beyond silicon and moletronics lie redefinitions of computing that are much stranger and harder to conceive.’
- ‘The field of molecular electronics - moletronics - is growing fast, and while researchers are keeping their feet on the ground for now, the ideas are flowing thick and fast.’
- ‘If their experiments continue to advance at a steady pace, within a decade moletronics will be able to do nearly everything currently done using silicon - and more.’
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