NewsResearchers advance graphene spintronics with 1D contacts to
improve mobility in nano-scale devices

11th February 2022by admin0
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Researchers at The University of Manchester may have
cleared a significant hurdle on the path to quantum computing,
demonstrating step-change improvements in the spin transport
characteristics of nanoscale graphene-based electronic
devices.

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