NewsFine tuning the “twist” between 2-D materials in van der
Waals heterostructures to help accelerate next gen
electronics

4th December 2020by admin0
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A group of international researchers at The University
of Manchester have revealed a novel method that could fine tune the
angle—”twist”—between atom-thin layers that form exotic manmade
nanodevices called van der Waals heterostructures—and help
accelerate the next generation of electronics.

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