NewsWith a ‘catch-and-release’ process, researchers advance
graphene electronics

16th June 2020by admin0
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In recent years, atomically flat layered materials
have gained significant attention due to their prospects for
building high-speed and low-power electronics. Best known among
those materials is graphene, a single sheet of carbon atoms. Among
the unique qualities of this family of materials is that they can
be stacked on top of each other like Lego pieces to create
artificial electronic materials.

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