Researchers have found that a layer of graphene can keep electronic component hotspots up to 25 percent cooler
A graphene layer observed in a transmission electron microscope
For a two-dimensional material, graphene is certainly punching above its weight in terms of potential applications. Already set to enable faster, stronger and foldable electronic devices, researchers claim that the single layer lattice of carbon atoms can also help keep electronic components up to 25 percent cooler, giving it the potential to significantly extend the working life of computers and other electronic devices.
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