Team uses bubbles in growing, transferring graphene

01/1/2014 | EE Times Asia (free registration)

Researchers at the National University of Singapore have employed capillary bridges as part of a process called face-to-face transfer in growing and transferring graphene. At the university's Graphene Research Center, the team initially grew graphene atop a copper catalyst layer on a silicon substrate. The copper was then removed with etching, leaving the graphene to adhere to the silicon through bubbles forming capillary bridges.

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