Scientists induce artificial ‘magnetic texture’ in graphene

Graphene is not magnetic — a shortcoming that has stunted its usefulness in spintronics, an emerging field that could rewrite the rules of electronics, leading to more powerful semiconductors and computers. Researchers report an advancement to overcome this obstacle. They describe pairing a magnet with graphene, and inducing what they call ‘artificial magnetic texture’ in the nonmagnetic wonder material.
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