Graphene heat spreaders show promise for cooling electronics, but cost concerns remain

Researchers at the Chalmers University of Technology recently published results showing that single-layer single-sheet graphene used as a heat spreader in conventional complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) electronics can reduce the temperature of hot spots by up to 13 °C; while six- to ...

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