Researchers: Boron nitride "stamps" produce cleaner graphene

11/1/2013 | Royal Society of Chemistry

Researchers at Columbia University have alternated sheets of boron nitride and graphene in an effort to keep the graphene from being contaminated by polymers. "For graphene devices, this is a fundamentally new way of making the contacts. This is the first time where researchers have succeeded in make a one-dimensional contact to a two-dimensional material," said Peter Liljeroth, a graphene researcher at Finland's Aalto University School of Science.

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