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Graphene “Bubbles” and High Efficiency Electronics

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A team of researchers has discovered that graphene can be stretched to create tiny nanobubbles in which electrons generate the same energy levels that otherwise would require an extremely strong magnetic field. The discovery provides a clue to the manipulation of electrons in graphene, which in turn could lead to a new generation of ultra-small, ultra-efficient electronic devices. Continue reading “Graphene “Bubbles” and High Efficiency Electronics” »