David Boyd Grows Graphene at Room Temperature

IQIM staff scientist, David Boyd, has developed a method to grow large sheets of graphene at room temperature. The process is described in the Nature Communications article, Single-Step Deposition of High-Mobility Graphene at Reduced Temperatures. “Previously, people were only able to grow a few square millimeters of high-mobility graphene at a time, and it required very high temperatures, long periods of time, and many steps,” says Caltech physics professor Nai-Chang Yeh, the Fletcher Jones Foundation Co-Director of the Kavli Nanoscience Institute and the corresponding author of the new study. Read more, including comments from Boyd about how the process was developed, in the Caltech media story. Read the full Nature Communications article.

2015-09-17T18:29:04+00:00 March 18th, 2015|News|0 Comments

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