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Graphene breakthrough may lead to wooden electronics
8/1/2017

First, researchers at Rice University solved the problem of graphene that's usually only 1 atom thick by using a laser to create 3D graphene foam by heating a polymer surface. Now, they've dispensed with the polymer and are using the laser-induced graphene method with ordinary pine, a development that could form the basis for future environmentally friendly electronics made of wood.

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