New Laser-induced Graphene Developed

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A research team from Rice University has modified its laser-induced graphene technique, creating high-revolution, micron-scale patterns of the conductive material.

Laser-induced graphene, originally developed in 2014, is created by burning everything but carbon away from the material, leaving the carbon to form a hexagonal pattern.

The new form of LIG has potential applications on microfluidic arrays, nanocomposites, and microsupercapacitators.

For more information, see this article by Graphene Info.

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