So it's probably a quick no on this one, but since I haven't majored in physics or chemistry I have no idea if it's possible to make Graphene generate a magnetic field.
Assuming power or current is no problem. Having a small PCB made out of graphene components, will they generate magnetic currents? If so, can they become strong enough that you could build a electro magnet?
What I would like to do is simply replace the copper rotor of a DC brushless motor with a 3d printed graphene disc and/or replace the stator of the motor. If graphene can generate magnetic fields this should be possible right?
I guess what i'm also asking is if it's possible to induce magnetic fields in a carbon structure such as graphene which will be used to eliminate eddy currents within the rotor.
Thank you in advance //Anton