A look at gallium nitride chips, which could replace silicon chips in a growing range of electronics and be produced in conventional fabs, unlike graphene chips (Christopher Mims/Wall Street Journal)

A look at gallium nitride chips, which could replace silicon chips in a growing range of electronics and be produced in conventional fabs, unlike graphene chips (Christopher Mims/Wall Street Journal)

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