NewsModification of graphene using laser light

22nd March 2021by admin0
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Graphene is an exciting new material, which has been
characterized as a ‘wonder material’ because of its excellent
properties. Graphene gained widespread attention in 2010 when the
Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to researchers who discovered
it. Graphene is only one atom layer thick making it the world’s
thinnest material. In his dissertation, Vesa-Matti Hiltunen showed
that graphene could be ‘forged’ using laser light. This creates
very stiff three-dimensional structures out of graphene, which can
potentially be used to make faster and more accurate mechanical
devices.

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