NewsSushi-like rolled 2D heterostructures may lead to new
miniaturized electronics

10th March 2021by admin0
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The recent synthesis of one-dimensional van der Waals
heterostructures, a type of heterostructure made by layering
two-dimensional materials that are one atom thick, may lead to new,
miniaturized electronics that are currently not possible, according
to a team of Penn State and University of Tokyo
researchers.

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