It is a good idea. Boron and graphene may be used together to develop new semiconductors that can constantly switch between different materials such as atomically thin metals and plastics. If we can find a way to change the material without interrupting the electrical current which enables the device to keep working, we could create devices where one side would constantly switch from metal to plastic or any other type of easily manipulated atomic-level material for use in computers and other electronics.
Graphene can also be added to boron-based alloys to produce more durable, electrically conductive materials. The electrical properties of this material are tunable via tweaking the proportion of graphene that is added.
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