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Graphene’s “Muffin-Tin” Nanodots Explained

Researchers believe they now understand how graphene – a featureless, one-atom-thick sheet of carbon atoms – lying on an equally featureless iridium surface, self-created a kind of “muffin tin” that formed identically sized and spaced muffins out of applied iridium atoms. “At the outset,” writes Sandia researcher Peter Feibelman, who devised the explanatory simulation published […]

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