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What Graphene Offers for Future Electronic Devices

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re: What Graphene Offers for Future Electronic Devices
prabhakar_deosthali   12/27/2010 4:54:11 AM
I think we all engineers need a tutorial on EEtimes on Graphene , its potential applications, its manufacturing process. and its current availability.

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re: What Graphene Offers for Future Electronic Devices
Luis Sanchez   12/7/2010 9:49:16 PM
The graphene word is becoming popular. And is interesting how this article allow us to have some insight of the work done within four walls of a lab. with the instruments to analyze the electrical and physical properties of the new discovered materials. The graphene story is an interesting one when we come to think that it was found by playing around with a pencil and scotch tape. That shows us what spare time means in the hands of a scientist.

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