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Graphene's electrically tunable bandgap leapfrogs silicon

6/16/2009 09:00 PM EDT
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re: Graphene's electrically tunable bandgap leapfrogs silicon
Ray Keefe   7/1/2009 8:13:28 AM
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This has enormous long term potential if it can be controlled. This could lead to exceptionally low cost electronics manufacture in the future. Ray Keefe http://www.successful.com.au

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