Futuristic material: Graphene

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Title Futuristic material: Graphene
Description The ultra-thin material, which consists of a single layer of linked carbon atoms, is considered a promising candidate for the nanoelectronics of the future. For example, HZDR scientists can use graphene to convert electronic signals with frequencies in the gigahertz range - which corresponds to today's clock rates of silicon-based electronic components - extremely efficiently into signals with a much higher frequency, reaching into the terahertz range.
Copyright Juniks/HZDR
Picture Id 56781
Date 10.09.2018
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