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Quantum leap for inkjet-printed graphene

New discovery with inkjet printers and tiny graphene flakes Metal Tech News – Nov. 11, 2020


Last updated 7/10/2022 at 2:54pm

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Researchers in England have discovered a way to 3D print graphene into electronic components with an inkjet printer.

Researchers at Nottingham University of England have made a breakthrough in 3D printing graphene into electronic components with an inkjet printer by adding tiny flakes of this highly conductive 2D material to an ink-like solution.

With the exponential growth in the number of patents involving graphene since its discovery, the limitations of exploiting this new material has seen a number of dif...

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