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Stretching the limits of printed electronics

5/10/2012 05:37 PM EDT
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re: Stretching the limits of printed electronics
DrQuine   5/14/2012 3:13:19 AM
Despite the "stretching" title (which I assumed was a pun leading up to a discussion of graphene), the EE Times Europe article didn't discuss the recently discovered ability of graphene based circuits to be very flexible. We certainly have carbon to spare so that would seem to be another material to add into the mix.

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