New technique enables nanoscale patterns to be cut in graphene without compromising its electrical properties

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Lithographically carved nanographene yields outstanding electrical properties. Image: Carl Otto Moesgaard
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Lithographically carved nanographene yields outstanding electrical properties. Image: Carl Otto Moesgaard

Graphene moves a step closer to commercialisation with new method encapsulating graphene inside another two-dimensional material

Graphene researchers claim to have devised a novel technique to carve out the material to nanoscale dimensions without destroying its electrical properties. According to the researchers, the new method...

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