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Catalyst Patterning for Scalable CVD Growth of Graphene Nanoribbon IB-3034

Berkeley Lab scientist Yuegang Zhang and colleagues have developed a scalable technology for directly growing, with precise control over length, width, and position, graphene nanoribbons narrow enough to open band gaps needed for graphene electronic devices. The scientists used a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) technique that directly grows graphene on a thin layer of nickel (Ni) or other catalytic metal. Initially, a very thin layer (
: - Scalable - Precision control of nanoribbon length, width, and position - Multiple catalyst candidates - Potential to introduce graphene band gaps in nanoribbons ~1 nm wide
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Issued U. S. Patent 9,061,912. Available for licensing or collaborative research.
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