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New Spin On Graphene Makes It Magnetic

April 16th, 2011 04:24 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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intellitech writes “A team led by Professor Andre Geim, a recipient of the 2010 Nobel Prize for graphene, has shown that electric current can magnetize graphene. The researchers found a new way to interconnect spin and charge by applying a relatively weak magnetic field to graphene and found that this causes a flow of spins in the direction perpendicular to electric current, making a graphene sheet magnetised.”

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