Researchers in Texas have found a new way to transfer large-area graphene thin films grown on copper foils onto other substrates. The material could be used to make components for photovoltaic devices and even be an alternative to traditional conductive metal oxides, like indium tin oxide, in transparent electrodes for liquid crystal displays (LCDs), for example.

 

Oct 29, 2009- Source:  http://nanotechweb.org/cws/article/tech/40841

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