How to create selective holes in graphene

Researchers devised a way of making tiny holes of controllable size in sheets of graphene, a development that could lead to ultrathin filters for improved desalination or water purification. The team of researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tenn., and in Saudi Arabia succeeded in creating subnanoscale pores in a sheet of the one-atom-thick material, which is one of the strongest materials known. The concept of using graphene, perforated by nanoscale pores, as a filter in desalination has been proposed and analyzed by other MIT researchers. See More ...

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