NewsResearchers develop method to probe phase transitions in 2-D
materials

2nd June 2020by admin0
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Phase transitions play an important role in materials.
However, in two-dimensional materials, the most famous of which is
graphene, phase transitions can be very difficult to study.
Researchers from Delft University of Technology and the University
of Valencia have developed a new method that helps to solve this
problem. They suspended ultrathin layers of 2-D-materials over a
cavity and tracked the resonance frequency of the resulting
membranes using lasers. The results of their work have been
published in Nature Communications.

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