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  • <b>On-surface synthesis of graphene nanoribbons could advance quantum devices</b>

    On-surface synthesis of graphene nanoribbons could advance quantum devices

    Graphene is composed of single-atom-thick layers of carbon taking on ultralight, conductive and extremely strong mechanical characteristics. The popularly studied material holds promise to transform electronics and information science becau...
  • <b>Reliable quality-control of graphene and other 2D materials is routinely possible</b>

    Reliable quality-control of graphene and other 2D materials is routinely possible

    The greatest challenge for the design of these single-layer or 2D materials into all their myriad potential uses is the need for an atom-by-atom perfection and uniformity that can be difficult and painstaking to achieve at such small scales...
  • <b>Path to nanodiamond from graphene found</b>

    Path to nanodiamond from graphene found

    While it may only take a bit of heat to turn a treated bilayer of the ultrathin material into a cubic lattice of diamane, a bit of pressure in just the right place can convert few-layer graphene as well. The otherwise chemically driven proc...
  • <b>Flash graphene rocks strategy for plastic waste</b>

    Flash graphene rocks strategy for plastic waste

    That's what Rice University scientists call the process they employed to make efficient use of waste plastic that would otherwise add to the planet's environmental woes. In this instance, the lab of Rice chemist James Tour modified its meth...
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