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Predicting, Measuring and Controlling the Temperature of Graphene Bubbles

News   May 11, 2018 | Original Story by Letizia Diamante for the Institute of Basic Science.

 
Predicting, Measuring and Controlling the Temperature of Graphene Bubbles

Bubbles form when molecules are trapped between the graphene sheet and the silica (SiO2/Si) substrate. The image shows also the hottest spot in red, which corresponds to the highest part of the bubble. Credit: Institute for Basic Research.

 
 
 

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