NewsResearch team demonstrates control mechanism for quantum
material

8th April 2021by admin0
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How can large amounts of data be transferred or
processed as quickly as possible? One key to this could be
graphene. The ultra-thin material is only one atomic layer thick,
and the electrons it contains have very special properties due to
quantum effects. It could therefore be very well suited for use in
high-performance electronic components. Up to this point, however,
there has been a lack of knowledge about how to suitably control
certain properties of graphene. A new study by a team of scientists
from Bielefeld and Berlin, together with researchers from other
research institutes in Germany and Spain, is changing this. The
team’s findings have been published in the journal Science
Advances.

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