Researchers learn how to tame 'wild' electrons in graphene

Researchers learn how to tame 'wild' electrons in graphene

Graphene breakthrough paves way for nano-transistors

Scientists working at Rutgers University in New Brunswick have discovered a way to manage "unruly" electrons that move through graphene, potentially paving the way for nano-transistors and radically smaller...

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