RMIT University, Australia:The Formation of Nanofins from Magnetic Nanoparticles: Video


Printing Graphene ChipsPublished on Oct  2, 2013

Heat has become one of the most critical issues in computer and semiconductor design: The ever increasing number of transistors in computer chips requires more efficient cooling approaches for the hot spots which are generated as a result of the operation of the transistors. Researchers at RMIT University in Australia have demonstrated a microfluidic technique of using thermally conductive and magnetic chromium oxide nanoparticles that can form low-dimensional fins in the vicinity of hot spots.

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