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Adele.Hars
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Re: Graphene vs CNTs?
Adele.Hars   7/11/2014 11:26:26 AM
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Rick, I don't know about the graphene side of things, but as an fyi, the carbon nanotubes leverage an SOI wafer -- I wrote about this in ASN a couple years ago. IBM "fabricated trenches made of hafnium oxide onto SOI wafers, which allows the self-assembly by the carbon nanotubes into neat rows rather than a spaghetti-like tangle." (see http://bit.ly/XPEFXc)

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Graphene vs CNTs?
rick merritt   7/10/2014 11:53:46 AM
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One research at the event said graphene, though it lacks a bandgap, is closer to commercial reality than CNT? I'd love to hear more views on this.



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