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February 4th, 2010

New method enables pure graphene fabrication

Abstract:
Penn State researchers claim to have perfected a method of fabricating pure sheets of carbon semiconductor, called graphene, on 100mm (4-inch) wafers.



Penn State's Electro-Optics Center Materials (EOC) Division claims its process can be used to fabricate graphene chips that are 100-1,000x times faster than silicon, as well as enable more sensitive sensors, electronics, displays, solar cells, sensors and hydrogen storage devices.

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