How to create an electron-rich electron configuration in graphene

Scientists in Germany have successfully created a new electron configuration for graphene that they believe could be used to design new materials for future electric cars.

The new configuration, which they have dubbed electron-in-graphene, combines graphene’s electrons with oxygen atoms that are produced by oxygen atoms in graphene, creating a new structure that researchers say can be used in a variety of applications including batteries, electronic devices and more.

“It’s the first time that an electron configuration has been successfully developed and is not limited to one of the main elements,” said Johannes Sennels, a research fellow at the Helmholtz Centre for Chemistry in Germany and a member of the team.

“This is a really interesting idea that is exciting for the future of materials engineering.”

The researchers believe that they have created a functional electron configuration that can be made into an electron in a range of different structures, including carbon nanotubes, and that it could be combined with oxygen to produce a variety a different electron configurations.

Graphene is a type of graphite with a carbon atom in the form of an electron, and the structure has been a topic of much research in the last few years.

Researchers have been looking at using it to make flexible carbon, which can be stretched and twisted by electrical fields.

But in 2015, researchers from the University of Cologne in Germany were able to demonstrate that it was possible to combine two different types of carbon in a new configuration called graphene-rich in carbon nanomaterials (GRACN), where graphene was mixed with an oxygen atom.

The combination of graphene and oxygen created a very different electron configuration.

The researchers said this allowed them to produce electrons with a wide range of potential properties, including a wide variety of electronic and optical properties.

“The new arrangement is different from other configurations that we have seen so far in graphene,” Sennals said.

“It is the first such configuration in the literature that has been studied using experimental conditions.”

The graphene-in, oxygen-in configuration has also shown promise in the study of graphene, which is also a type and class of carbon that is a good candidate for future use in batteries, electronics and other materials.

“These are really exciting results that are going to be important for the development of materials that can store energy at a lower cost,” said lead researcher and Professor of Chemistry at the University College London, Dr. John Bostrom.

“We think that it will be a really important step towards developing more efficient battery technology.”

Sennels said that the results of their work also show that the electrons in graphene can also be created in a way that could be useful for use in other materials that are used in the electronics industry.

“We found that the arrangement can also form a new type of electrochemical device,” Senna said.

The research is published in Nature Materials.