Researchers made Graphene visible on Gallium Arsenide

Scientists of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) have succeeded in making graphene visible on gallium arsenide. Previously it has only been possible on silicon oxide. Now that they are able to view with a light optical microscope the graphene layer, which is thinner than one thousandth of a light wavelength, the researchers want to measure the electrical properties of their new material combination.

Posted: Sep 17,2009 by Ron Mertens