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Georgia Institute of Technology
Caption: Walt de Heer, a Regent's professor in the School of Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology, poses with equipment used to measure the properties of graphene nanoribbons. De Heer and collaborators from three other institutions have reported ballistic transport properties in graphene nanoribbons that are about 40 nanometers wide.
Credit: Georgia Tech Photo: Rob Felt
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