Laser-induced graphene shows promise in the development of flexible electronics

The team at Rice University, in conjunction with Philip Rack, a Tennessee/ORNL materials scientist, have pioneered a process to create laser-induced graphene (LIG). LIG has features that are 60% smaller than the macro version of the material and almost 10 times smaller than what can be typically achieved using an infrared laser. 

All About Circuits (A similar article appeared in R&D World.)

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