New organic material unlocks faster and more flexible electronic devices

Science Daily  July 15, 2020
Long-range and fast transport of coherent excitons is important for the development of high-speed excitonic circuits and quantum computing applications. By precisely stacking carbon and hydrogen molecules one over the other researchers in Australia have designed an organic semiconductor. The material is just one carbon atom thick which gives it the flexibility to be bent into any shape. The material is biodegradable or easily recyclable, thus avoiding the tonnes of e-waste generated by current generation electronic devices…read more. Open Access TECHNICAL ARTICLE¬†

Characterization of atomically thin 2D layered pentacene samples. Credit: Light: Science & Applications volume 9, Article number: 116 (2020)

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