What's better than graphene? Germanane, say Ohio State researchers

04/12/2013 | EE Times

Researchers at Ohio State University have come up with a method for atomic-layer deposition of germanium, producing a thin film that is said to outperform graphene and silicon. "We have been able to fabricate a germanium analogue of graphene -- monolayers which are terminated with hydrogen just like graphane materials, but which are much easier to fabricate," Ohio State professor Joshua Goldberger said.

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