NewsNew technique tunes into graphene nanoribbons’ electronic
potential

22nd December 2021by admin0
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Ever since graphene—a thin carbon sheet just one-atom
thick—was discovered more than 15 years ago, the wonder material
became a workhorse in materials science research. From this body of
work, other researchers learned that slicing graphene along the
edge of its honeycomb lattice creates one-dimensional zigzag
graphene strips or nanoribbons with exotic magnetic
properties.

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