Tag: graphene

Using graphene allowed us to create the world's smallest accelerometer sensor.

Literally every day, research in the field of nanotechnology and nanomaterials brings us something new and interesting. A striking example of this is the new tiny sensor-accelerometer made from graphene by the efforts of an international group that includes researchers from institutes and universities, including KTH Royal Institute of Technology, RWTH Aachen University and Research […]

Deformed graphene exhibits an unprecedented form of magnetism

The structure of graphene, which is a “sheet” of carbon atoms of monatomic thickness, is quite simple, however, this conventionally two-dimensional material has a number of unique and amazing properties. Not so long ago, a group of scientists from Stanford University showed that graphene, deformed in a special way, can produce a magnetic field. But […]

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