NewsQuantum materials quest could benefit from graphene that
buckles

12th August 2020by admin0
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Graphene, an extremely thin two-dimensional layer of
the graphite used in pencils, buckles when cooled while attached to
a flat surface, resulting in beautiful pucker patterns that could
benefit the search for novel quantum materials and superconductors,
according to Rutgers-led research in the journal
Nature.

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