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Representation of DNA Assembly of Graphene Transistor

Caption: To the right is a honeycomb of graphene atoms. To the left is a double strand of DNA. The white spheres represent copper ions integral to the chemical assembly process. The fire represents the heat that is an essential ingredient in the technique.

Credit: Anatoliy Sokolov of the Bao Group

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