GFET

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GFETGraphene Field-Effect Transistor
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After the probe DNA was modified on the GFET by PBASE, the charge neutrality point voltages ([V.sub.cnp]) were shifted to the positive gate voltage direction.
The implementation of nanomaterials of graphene in graphene field effect transistor (GFETs) constitutes an important step toward low-cost, easy handle, and highly sensitive molecular diagnostics [6, 7].
The research has applications in nanolectronics such as graphene field effect transistors (GFET), which have been shown to be capable of ultra-high frequency (300 GHz) operation.
"We won't burn your food," said JT Cloud, president of GFET. "The answer to rising fuel prices is not to run away from alternative energy production.