Precisely Patterning Graphene Sheets through a Liquid-Bridge Induced Strategy.

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Summary of "Precisely Patterning Graphene Sheets through a Liquid-Bridge Induced Strategy."

A liquid-bridge induced precisely positioning strategy for graphene patterning is reported. Owing to well-defined assembly of graphene, a flexible bending-sensitive circuit is generated, allowing electrons to stop/pass this graphene-based circuit depending on mechanical pressing/relaxing. The present approach may advance existing applications of patterning graphene in the optical/electronic industry.


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Name: Small (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany)
ISSN: 1613-6829


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