NewsResearchers discover two-dimensional material using
high-pressure technology

27th April 2021by admin0
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An international team with researchers from the
University of Bayreuth has succeeded for the first time in
discovering a previously unknown two-dimensional material by using
modern high-pressure technology. The new material, beryllonitrene,
consists of regularly arranged nitrogen and beryllium atoms. It has
an unusual electronic lattice structure that shows great potential
for applications in quantum technology. Its synthesis required a
compression pressure that is about one million times higher than
the pressure of the Earth’s atmosphere. The scientists have
presented their discovery in the journal Physical Review
Letters.

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