NewsScientists shuffle atomic layers like playing cards to make
new quantum materials

20th July 2021by admin0
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Materials scientists can now shuffle layered compounds
together, much like combining two different decks of cards. The
technique, recently discovered by a team of researchers at the U.S.
Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory, is leading to development
of new materials with unusual electron transport properties that
have potential applications in next-generation quantum
technologies.

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