NewsNew family of atomic-thin electride materials
discovered

10th June 2021by admin0
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An exploratory investigation into the behavior of
materials with desirable electric properties has resulted in the
discovery of a structural phase of two-dimensional (2D) materials.
The new family of materials are electrides, wherein electrons
occupy a space usually reserved for atoms or ions instead of
orbiting the nucleus of an atom or ion. The stable, low-energy,
tunable materials could have potential applications in
nanotechnologies.

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