The Optical Aspects of Graphene Research
Graphene, the one-atom-thick carbon lattice that is the subject of this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics, has many potential applications in photonics—from flexible solar cells and thin-film displays to heat dissipation in tiny optoelectronic devices.
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