NewsStudies provide answers about promising 2-D
materials

27th January 2021by admin0
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Two-dimensional, layered materials hold great promise
for a number of applications, such as alternative platforms for the
next-generation of logic and memory devices and flexible energy
storage devices. There’s still much, however, that remains unknown
about them.

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