A team of researchers has amplified 3D graphene’s electrical properties by controlling its curvature. Their research showed the conservation and the degradation of the ultra-low dissipative transport of Dirac electrons on the 3D curved surface for the first time. Graphene sheets stacked together form graphite which makes up the lead in our pencils. One way to overcome this is to separate the graphene sheets with air-filled pores–like a sponge–at the nanometer scale and make it into a three-dimensional structure. The structure, with a curvature radius down to 25-50 nanometers, retained the basic electronic properties of 2D graphene well.
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