Nanosheets May Provide The Perfect Surface For Developing Future Electronic Devices

Nanosheets May Provide The Perfect Surface For Developing Future Electronic Devices
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Researchers are creating a synthetic nanosheet that could provide the perfect surface for developing future electronic applications such as photovoltaic devices and fuel cells.

Naresh Kumar
  • 19 april 2010

Scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are developing a synthetic, free-floating nanosheet that can potentially provide the ideal substrate for creating nanotechnology driven devices of the future. The nanosheet is made of polymers with same kind of order and precision as crystal and protein structures and is more durable than natural polymers.

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