Nanotech breakthrough

Gene Stowe | May 29, 2013 | College of Science

Prashant Kamat science research

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory have developed a synthesis method to “drill” holes in reduced graphene oxide using gold nanoparticles as catalysts. This method represents an alternative to the tedious process of drilling one hole at a time with an electron beam or other methods using high temperature without the advantages of post-processing solution chemistry.

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