Speakers Get Groovy With Graphene




Even today’s smallest portable speakers come in some kind of rigid acoustic cavity – that is, in a box. But now, Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology report a simple way to fabricate these once-elusive thermoacoustic speakers using graphene.
Source: American Chemical Society
Read more: acs.org
Graphene
New Materials
Ciruits
Flexible Electronics
Wearable Electronics
American Chemical Society
Graphene Speaker, Futuristic Technology, Thermoacoustic Speaker, Flexible Electronics, Wearable Electronics

Graphene Speaker, Futuristic Technology, Thermoacoustic Speaker, Flexible Electronics, Wearable Electronics


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