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Tiny, Flexible Nanoribbons Could Move Graphene Toward Telecommunication Applications – AZoNano

Telecommunications transmissions, right from radio and television to the internet, are only data transmitted by light waves and changed into electrical signals.

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Written by AZoNanoMay 4 2021
Telecommunications transmissions, right from radio and television to the internet, are only data transmitted by light waves and changed into electrical signals.
University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers produced the smallest ribbons of graphene yet created, at about 12 nm in width, in efforts to use the all-carbon, ultra-thin, and adaptable material to improve internet and other kinds of telecommunications performance. The structures, which act like tiny antennas that…

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