NewsImpossible material made possible inside a graphene
sandwich

20th January 2022by admin0
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Atoms bind together by sharing electrons. The way this
happens depends on the atom types but also on conditions such as
temperature and pressure. In two-dimensional (2D) materials, such
as graphene, atoms join along a plane to form structures just one
atom thick, which leads to fascinating properties determined by
quantum mechanics. Researchers at the University of Vienna in
collaboration with the Universities of Tübingen, Antwerp and CY
Cergy Paris, together with Danubia NanoTech, have produced a new 2D
material made of copper and iodine atoms sandwiched between two
graphene sheets. The results were published in the journal Advanced
Materials.

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