NewsHigh-throughput discovery of 2-D magnets

9th April 2020by admin0
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2-D materials are atomically thin, single-layered
films arranged in a crystal structure, which have potential
applications in next-generation electronics and optoelectronic
devices. Ferromagnetism (FM) in such materials ‒ the mechanism by
which they act as magnets ‒ was considered implausible until a few
years ago. In 2017, scientists discovered low-temperature FM in 2-D
materials, which has led to significant advances in the fields of
nanotechnology and electronics.

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