A Graphene Replacement Made From Plastic



Futuristic Technology, New Material, Graphene, Hexagonal carbon nanosheets, polymer, plastic chip, future technology, organic solar cells
A team of Korean researchers has synthesized hexagonal carbon nanosheets similar to graphene, using a polymer. The new material is free of the defects and complexity involved in producing graphene, and can substitute for graphene as transparent electrodes for organic solar cells and in semiconductor chips, the researchers say…
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