Rice University research that capitalizes on the wide-ranging capabilities of graphene could lead to circuit applications that are far more compact and versatile than what is now feasible with silicon-based technologies.
Triple-mode, single-transistor amplifiers based on graphene — the one-atom-thick form of carbon that recently won its discoverers a Nobel Prize — could become key components in future electronic circuits. The discovery by Rice researchers was reported this week in the online journal ACS Nano.
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