Researchers in Spain have grown a graphene film on a crystal of ruthenium in a vacuum chamber and report that the material has magnetic effects when molecules of tetracyano-p-quinodimethane are added to the film. With further development, graphene-based semiconductors could be used in solar power generation and telecommunications, among other applications, this article notes.
Magnetism draws researchers to graphene
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