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Electrons Heat up in Cold Graphene

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Until now, researchers believed that graphene was no different in its reaction to light – although some suspected that thermoelectric processes could be at play in the material. The new research by the MIT–Harvard team has unambiguously confirmed for the first time that these processes are indeed responsible for photocurrent generation in graphene.

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