A group of scientists from the Faculty of Chemistry of the University of Mikołaj Kopernik in Toruń presented the results of their research of electro-exfoliation of graphite to graphene in an aqueous solution of inorganic salt. For the tests, graphite foil and graphite powder were used. Unlike other methods, e.g., chemical vapor deposition, epitaxial growth, […]
onic device technology, design, manufacturing, physics, and modeling.” So IBM researchers brought their scanning probe thermometer, their air spacer for a 10 nanometer chip, their 7 nm chip, and not to be out-done by silicon, they brought their carbon nanotubes, too. These papers and presentations by IBMers and many partners will take part in this week’s conference in San Francisco.