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Graphene

Developing Molecular Switches
Developers hope to use graphene technology to deliver a new class of electronic components that promote further miniaturization and pave the way for promising sensing, optoelectronic and flexible-device applications.
Graphene Conference Opens in April
Meet Carbyne, the New Supermaterial
Just when we thought it couldn't get any better than graphene, researchers at Rice University have published findings that describe the properties of carbyne.
Graphene Sensor Boosts Camera Performance
Researchers Etch Diamond with Graphene and Water


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Researchers Freeze-Print Graphene Battery Anodes
A team at Kansas State University used a freeze printing approach to create sodium ion batteries with hybrid graphene aerogels.

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