New method may facilitate the use of graphene nanoribbons in nanoelectronics

Researchers from Tel Aviv University and collaborators have developed a new method to grow long, narrow graphene nanoribbons embedded within hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) stacks. This technique, guided by molecular dynamics simulations, results in highly reproducible structures with excellent performance in quantum switching devices. This advancement addresses challenges in producing graphene nanoribbons and opens doors for their use in nanoelectronics, including spintronic and quantum computing applications.

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