Ultrafast lasers map electrons ‘going ballistic’ in graphene, with implications for next-gen electronic devices

Research appearing in ACS Nano, a premier journal on nanoscience and nanotechnology, reveals the ballistic movement of electrons in graphene in real time. The observations, made at the University of Kansas' Ultrafast Laser Lab, could lead to breakthroughs in governing electrons in semiconductors, fundamental components in most information and energy technology. "Generally, electron movement is…
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