Graphene

Tracking Quantum Phenomena In 2d Graphene

In recent years, a phenomenon called the quantum Hall effect has emerged as a platform for hosting exotic features called quasiparticles, with properties that could lead to exciting applications in areas like quantum computing. When a strong...
Related topics: Quantum, Physics

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Impossible Material Made Possible Inside A Graphene Sandwich

Atoms bind together by sharing electrons. The way this happens depends on the atom types but also on conditions such as temperature and pressure. In two-dimensional (2D) materials, such as graphene, atoms join along a plane to form structures just...
Related topics: Electrons

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When Graphene Speaks, Scientists Can Now Listen

Brothers working in a lab discover that sound can be used to analyze the properties of laser-induced graphene in real time.
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries, Laser

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This New Graphene-based Battery Can Stop Evs From Bursting Into Flames

Lithium-ion batteries have transformed the EV industry, but they don’t come without their disadvantages. You know, like the fact they sometimes cause EVs to burst into flames and explode. LA startup Nanotech Energy claims to have found a way to...
Related topics: Lithium, Startup

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Graphene Could Replace Rare Metal Used In Mobile Phone Screens

Researchers from Paragraf and Queen Mary University of London demonstrated the successful fabrication of an Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) with a monolayer graphene anode, replacing ITO in organic light-emitting diodes. The new study is...

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Magnetic Surprise Revealed In 'magic-angle' Graphene

When two sheets of the carbon nanomaterial graphene are stacked together at a particular angle with respect to each other, it gives rise to some fascinating physics. For instance, when this so-called "magic-angle graphene" is cooled to near absolute...
Related topics: Physics

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Nematicity Is A New Piece In Double Bilayer Graphene Phase Diagram Puzzle

Although twisted sheets of double bilayer graphene have been studied extensively the past few years, there are still pieces missing in the puzzle that is its phase diagram—the different undisturbed, ground states of the system. Writing in Nature...
Related topics: Physics

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Save $25 On This Graphene Power Bank And Juice Up 3 Gadgets On The Go

TL;DR: The Spark Graphene Power Bank is just $119.99 at the Mashable Shop as of Jan. 4.If you received some new gadgets over the holidays, then you know how easy it is to get carried away. You want to explore all the new features and discover...
Related topics: Medical Research

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This Kickstarter-funded Graphene Jacket With Built-in Heating Is $300 Off

TL;DR: The Gamma Graphene Infused Heated Jacket is just $199.99 at the Mashable Shop with code CYBER20 as of Dec. 31. That's a savings of $300 off.You can buy the fluffiest, softest jacket you can find, but still get the shivers as soon as you step...
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Researchers Make World's Thinnest Christmas Tree

A Christmas tree with a thickness of one atom has been made at DTU. It shows how terahertz measurements can be used to ensure the quality of graphene.
Related topics: Christmas

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New Technique Tunes Into Graphene Nanoribbons' Electronic Potential

Researchers at Berkeley Lab and UC Berkeley have discovered how to directly measure the unique magnetic properties of superthin graphene nanoribbons. The breakthrough could lead to high-speed, low-power nanoscale data storage technologies.
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries

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Exotic Quantum Particles — Less Magnetic Field Required

Researchers have observed exotic fractional states at low magnetic field in twisted bilayer graphene for the first time.
Related topics: Quantum, Physics

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Resolving The Puzzles Of Graphene Superconductivity

Since superconductivity in three-layered graphene was discovered in September, the physics community has been left puzzled. Now, three months later, physicists can successfully explain the results by drawing from a theory of unconventional...
Related topics: Superconductors, Scientific Discoveries, Physics

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Precision Sieving Of Gases Through Atomic Pores In Graphene

By crafting atomic-scale holes in atomically thin membranes, it should be possible to create molecular sieves for precise and efficient gas separation, including extraction of carbon dioxide from air, University of Manchester researchers have found.
Related topics: Carbon Dioxide

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Developing Wafer-scale Highly Oriented Graphene On Sapphire

Researchers have used direct chemical vapor deposition (CVD) growth of wafer-scale, high-quality graphene on dielectrics for versatile applications. However, graphene synthesized this way has shown a polycrystalline film with uncontrolled defects, a...

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Lightwave-driven Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy Of Atomically Precise Graphene Nanoribbons

When physicist Tyler Cocker joined Michigan State University in 2018, he had a clear goal: build a powerful microscope that would be the first of its kind in the United States.
Related topics: Physics, Microscopes

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This Graphene Battery Pack Charges Incredibly Fast 

The Elecjet Apollo Ultra graphene battery charges five times faster than conventional power banks. | Photo by Thomas Ricker / The Verge The Elecjet Apollo Ultra power bank charges five times faster than conventional battery packs ...
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Magnetene: Graphene-like 2d Material Leverages Quantum Effects To Achieve Ultra-low Friction

A team of researchers from University of Toronto Engineering and Rice University have reported the first measurements of the ultra-low-friction behavior of a material known as magnetene. The results point the way toward strategies for designing...
Related topics: Quantum, Physics

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Borophenes Made Easy

Synthetic organic chemists still aim to understand the scalable synthesis of elemental, two-dimensional (2D) materials beyond graphene. In a new report, Marc G. Cuxart and a team of researchers in physics, chemistry and electrical and computer...
Related topics: Physics

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Elecjet’s Graphene Power Bank Is As Exciting As A Power Bank Can Be

In the space of a few years, we’ve gone from 5W USB adapters being the norm, to iPads and Nintendo Switches being able to charge at 18W, all the way up to modern laptops drawing up to 140W. This explosion in charging rates over a (somewhat)...
Related topics: Tablets, Nintendo, Laptops

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