High-speed and low-power electronic circuits on carbon material


Using a heated atomic force microscope tip, researchers have drawn nanoscale conductive patterns on insulating graphene oxide. This simple trick to control graphene oxide's conductivity could pave the way for etching electronic circuits into the carbon material, an important advance toward high-speed, low-power, and potentially cheaper electronics. For more info please hear this podcast from MIT.

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kathycg06 said on July 19, 2010 at 1:00 PM

It is very useful information for the students of electronics to make their projects.
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