NGI advances graphene spintronics as 1D contacts improve mobility in nano-scale devices

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Release date: 10/2/2022

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Researchers at The University of Manchester may have cleared a significant hurdle on the path to quantum computing, demonstrating step-change improvements in the spin transport characteristics of nanoscale graphene-based electronic devices.

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TitleNGI advances graphene spintronics as 1D contacts improve mobility in nano-scale devices
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Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
Date10/02/22
DescriptionResearchers at The University of Manchester may have cleared a significant hurdle on the path to quantum computing, demonstrating step-change improvements in the spin transport characteristics of nanoscale graphene-based electronic devices.
Producer/AuthorAlan Beck
URLhttps://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/news/ngi-advances-graphene-spintronics-as-1d-contacts-improve-mobility-in-nano-scale-devices/
PersonsIvan Vera Marun

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