High-quality inkjet-printed graphene circuits: One step closer to foldable computers

High-quality inkjet-printed graphene circuits: One step closer to foldable computers

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New Researchers at Northwestern University have devised a new method of creating large volumes of high-quality graphene, and then printing flexible graphene patterns with an inkjet printer that are 250 times more conductive than previous attempts....
High-quality inkjet-printed graphene circuits: One step closer to foldable computers
           

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