Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology report that trapping ions in a graphene sheet floating in a saline solution can provide computational logic operations in a liquid medium, rather than silicon. The technology has potential applications in energy storage, sensors and water filtration, in addition to computing, they say.
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