NewsPrintable two-dimensional superconducting monolayers

16th November 2020by admin0
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Highly crystalline 2-D transition metal dichalcogenide
superconductors and their associated (van der Waals)
heterostructures provide a rich platform for the investigation of
new quantum physics and exotic superconductivity. This is due to
their 2-D non-centrosymmetric lattice with a strong spin-orbital
interaction.

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