NewsActor in a supporting role: Substrate effects on 2D
layers

5th April 2021by admin0
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Atomically thin layers are of great technological
interest because of potentially useful electronic properties that
emerge as the layer thickness approaches the 2D limit. Such
materials tend to form weak bonds outside the layer and are thus
generally assumed to be unaffected by substrates that provide
physical support.

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