GraphExeter

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 81 on May 21st 2012

This is an interview with Dr. Saverio Russo from Exeter University’s Centre for Graphene Science about his work on GraphExeter, a modified form of Graphene. Since 2010, when Dr. Andrew Geim won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of Graphene, several research groups have popped up all over the place trying to learn more about this new material. Dr. Russo and his colleagues had invented a new form of Graphene, by doping it with iron chloride molecules, and I wanted to find out how this improved the material and what uses it could have.

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