Don’t underestimate undulating graphene: Unique electronics made possible by wavy patterns that channel electrons

Lay some graphene down on a wavy surface, and you'll get a guide to one possible future of two-dimensional electronics. Rice University scientists put forth the idea that growing atom-thick graphene on a gently textured surface creates peaks and valleys in the sheets that turn them into "pseudo-electromagnetic" devices. The channels create their own minute…
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