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Holey Graphene Can Now Become A Surrogate Of Silicon Chips
Davood Shahrjerdi, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at NYU Tandon participated in this research.
The energy band gap has helped create intervallic arrays of triangular antidot lattices which in turn help develop magnetic semiconductors. As the electron spins in the matters help create energy band gap, the magnetic antidot lattices are the ultimate nominee for spintronic utilizations. The New York University Tandon School of Engineering and NYU Center for Neural Science researchers have invented a technique of building ultra-small, ultra-sensitive electrochemical sensors with equivalent and humdrum properties by engineering graphene structure on an atomic level.