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Graphene fabrication gets a boost

8/26/2010 00:06 AM EDT
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krisi
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re: Graphene fabrication gets a boost
krisi   8/26/2010 9:59:53 PM
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I am a little confused. The title seems to imply a manufacturing improvement but inside I see reference to supercomputers which makes me think this might be a theoretical result (obviously simulations are frequently required to make good experiments). Does anyone know any details of this development?...Kris

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Peter W.   8/26/2010 12:32:03 PM
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I believe that ORNL actually made a reference using the generic term "electron irradiation." As discussed at our story below, the researchers used a TEM microscope to deliver the electrons. See http://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/nanomaterials/electron-irradiation-to-minimize-loops-in-graphene/

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