Application of graphene-based flexible antennas in consumer electronic devices

Application of graphene-based flexible antennas in consumer electronic devices
A. Scidà, S. Haque, E. Treossi, A. Robinson, S. Smerzi, S. Ravesi, S. Borini, V. Palermo
These highly flexible, conductive and environmentally friendly antennas realized with stacked graphene multilayers could represent a truly competitive application for carbon-based materials in telecommunications and wearable electronics.
The article was first published on April 2018
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mattod.2018.01.007
Materials Today, Volume 21, Number 3, April 2018

Coffee Talk by Frédéric COUTROT and Loredana LATTERINI



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Translocators of Macrocycles: Toward the general Synthesis of any kind of Interlocked Molecules

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Nanostructured materials for light harvesting and conversion

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Part I: Photophysical propertiesof 5-substituted-1,10-phenanthroline ligands and related Ru(II) edifices

Part II: Electron and hydrog ent ransfer in organicphotochemical reactions

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The evolution of artificial light actuators in living systems..

The evolution of artificial light actuators in living systems: from planar to nanostructured interfaces
Francesca Di Maria, Francesco Lodola, Elena Zucchetti, Fabio Benfenati and Guglielmo Lanzani
Artificially enhancing light sensitivity in living cells allows control of neuronal paths or vital functions avoiding the wiring associated with the use of stimulation electrodes.
The article was first published on 17 Apr 2018
DOI: 10.1039/C7CS00860K (Review Article)
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2018, Advance Article

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