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Discovering New Material To Prevent Breaking The Smartphone




Scientists have discovered a new marvel material with better chemical stability, lightness and flexibility, which can be used to create smartphones and other devices that are less likely to burst.

Researchers said that, currently, most of the smartphones are made of silicon and other compounds, which are expensive and easily break, but last year nearly 1.5 billion smartphones were purchased worldwide, manufacturers were somewhat more durable and Looking for lower prices are in the quest.

With the researchers of Queen University University of Belfast in the UK, it was found that with CF 60, with layered material of molecular molecules such as Grafen and HBN, they can produce a unique material technology, which revolutionizes the concept of smart devices Can bring.

The winning combination works because HBN provides graphene charge of stability, electronic compatibility and isolation while the C60 can convert into electric sunlight.

Any smart device created by this combination will benefit from a combination of unique features, which are not present in the materials naturally

This process, called Van der Waals Solid, allows the compounds to be collected and assembled together in a predefined manner.

Elton Santos from the University of Queen said, our conclusions show that this new miracle material has similar physical properties of silicon, but it has improved chemical stability, lightness and flexibility, which can potentially be used in smart devices And the chances of breaking it will be very low.

Santos said, content can also mean that because of the architecture of the device the device uses less energy than before, which can improve battery life and reduce electric shocks.

The researchers said, A problem that still needs to be solved, is that there is a lack of 'band gap' in graphin and new physical architecture, which is the key to the on-off switching operation operated by electronic devices.