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The image shows eight electrodes around a 20-nanometer-thick magnet (white rectangle) and graphene (white dotted line) — Credit: University at Buffalo

MAGNETIC GRAPHENE

Researchers induce “artificial magnetic texture” in Graphene

This quantum science advancement could help lead to more powerful semiconductors, computers in the future

Graphene’s discovery has given scientists a lot to think about. They have been intrigued by the multitude of properties exhibited by…

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