NewsThe magic angle of twisted graphene

23rd February 2021by admin0
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Graphene, a two-dimensional material composed
exclusively of carbon, has revealed extraordinary properties,
including thermal and electrical conductivity, transparency, and
flexibility. When combined, these properties become particularly
interesting in the age of touch screens and flexible electronics.
“Unlike 3-D materials, graphene has a height reduced to the
ultimate dimension of the atom. It’s therefore a carbon atom
plane,” explains Prof. Jean-Christophe Charlier, a specialist in
nanoscopic physics at the Institute of Condensed Matter and
Nanosciences of UCLouvain.

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