Highly-accurate capacitors from graphene and boron nitride layers

Researchers from the University of Manchester discovered that sandwiching graphene between boron nitride layers can produce highly-accurate capacitors. Such capacitors could be cheaper and easier to fabricate compared to traditional transistors.

The researchers used quantum capacitance spectroscopy to investigate the exceptional properties of graphene, as this measurements shows better accuracy.

Posted: Feb 14,2013 by Ron Mertens