Flexible and transparent electronic devices with extremely high mobilities are fabricated from a graphene sheet, a single atomic layer of graphite, by using the transfer printing method. “Printed” graphene circuits achieve field effect mobilities of up to 10000 cm2/Vs at room temperature. Our printing technique is scaleable and a more chemically-gentle process for fabricating high quality graphene, and nanoscale devices in general.
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