NewsResearchers develop new method for the technological use of
2D nanomaterials

31st May 2022by admin0

Nanosheets are finely structured two-dimensional
materials and have great potential for innovation. They are fixed
on top of each other in layered crystals, and must first be
separated from each other so that they can be used, for example, to
filter gas mixtures or for efficient gas barriers. A research team
at the University of Bayreuth has now developed a gentle,
environmentally-friendly process for this difficult process of
delamination that can even be used on an industrial scale. This is
the first time that a crystal from the technologically attractive
group of zeolites has been made usable for a broad field of
potential applications.

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