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Researchers Create a Magnetic Graphene for Futuristic Digital Devices

Researchers Create a Magnetic Graphene for Futuristic Digital Devices

This new invention by a team of researchers from IIT Hyderabad and the University of Hyderabad will boost the next-gen digital devices. The members from both the institutes have created a magnetics Graphene and demonstrated its potential in a single layer zigzag Graphene nanoribbon.

The researchers showcased that if the temperature and the electric field of the Graphene can be controlled then it can be turned magnetic.

Graphene, which is the thinnest and strongest material know has been used by many research project across the world to rip the benefit of its application on nanoelectronics.

A method called intrinsic magnetism was used by the researchers on the Graphene. They revealed certain things like the movement of many magnetic phases and change in the transition from one phase to another.

After that, a methodology was created to recognize the position of the magnetic phases, hence, paving the way for Graphene chip to be used in reality.

The new development promises to boost the performance of integrated circuits and help improve the laptops powered by Graphene-based microprocessors. 

The complete research was supervised by Swati Ghosh Acharyya and Amit Acharyya and the study has been showcased in journal nanotechnology.

The fundings for the research work has been partially carried out by Union Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology), Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), Department of Science and Technology (DST), and Redpine Signals.


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