A scanning electron microscope image of the activity of electrons in a metallic graphene nanoribbon

Silicon has been the material of choice for electronics for decades, but it’s beginning to bump up against efficiency limits. The next step could be carbon transistors and circuits, and now engineers at UC Berkeley have created metallic graphene nanoribbons, which can act as the wires in such all-carbon electronics.

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Category: Electronics, Science

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