NewsFinding new types of 2D material defects could enable better
electronics

2nd August 2021by admin0
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Two-dimensional materials are essential for developing
new ultra-compact electronic devices, but producing defect-free 2D
materials is a challenge. However, discovery of new types of
defects in these 2D materials may give insight into how to create
materials without such imperfections, according to a group of Penn
State researchers.

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