NewsInvisible barrier breakthrough a boon for electronics,
artwork and more

10th August 2021by admin0
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Curtin University researchers have found applying a
thin invisible layer of graphene oxide to silicon forms an
impermeable barrier, which could be used to protect artwork,
prevent corrosion of metals, and produce higher efficiency solar
cells.

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