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CRYSATLLUME HAS TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE CONDUCTIVITY

While the world waits impatiently for high temperature superconductors to revolutionise the world of integrated circuitry, another material is waiting in the wings for its turn in the sun – thin film diamond: the Wall Street Journal reports that Crystallume Inc in Palo Alto, California has a technique for laying down a thin film of diamond crystals by combining methane and Hydrogen at 427`C, and the material promises to offer much better heat conductivity than Silicon, so that circuits could be packed more tightly, as well as being relatively radiation- immune.

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