New Application Note on turning randomly distributed 1D and 2D material into functional devices

SEM image of a graphene-based frequency tripler
Graphene-based frequency tripler with clear separation between the side gates and the adjacent channels.

Development of future electronic devices and sensors with the help of 2D materials like flakes, or growing islands on CVD materials requires an innovative, new workflow. The newly released application note shows how the University of Florida uses a combination of EBL, SEM, and FIB to map, mill, and process randomly distributed 2D materials into functional devices on substrates up to 100 mm diameter.

Download the application note for more details about using direct write lithography to enable 1D and 2D materials.

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