Graphene promising for future high-efficiency spintronic processors | KurzweilAI

Artist’s impression of highly conductive graphene, in which electrons keep their magnetization, or spin (pink arrows) much longer than they do in ordinary


Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have discovered that large-area graphene, created by chemical vapor deposition (CVD), can preserve electron spin over an extended period of time and communicate it over greater distances than previously known. This opens the door to use spintronics — normally used only to store data — to achieve energy-efficient processors and memory…

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