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New insulating state found in stretched graphene

from RIKEN

By using the powerful K supercomputer to simulate with unprecedented accuracy what happens to graphene as it is stretched, RIKEN researchers have discovered a new state of the material1. This finding suggests new device applications for graphene. The fantastic electrical conductivity of graphene is particularly useful for electronics, but graphene still needs to be integrated with non-conducting or insulating elements to provide useful functionality. more


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