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Michael Crommie and Alex Zettl Highlighted in DOE Blog

Electrons move through graphene more than 100 times faster than they do through silicon, but graphene is still difficult to use in modern electronics because it lacks a bandgap to direct where and when electrons flow. In this Aug. 30 article, the DOE’s Office of Science featured the efforts of Materials Sciences researchers Michael Crommie (left) and Alex Zettl to get graphene’s electron traffic under control. More>

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