NewsTheories predict 2D nanofluidic channels showing nonlinear
conduction function as memory-effect transistors

6th August 2021by admin0
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A team of researchers at Sorbonne Université has
developed a way to show 2D nanofluidic channels carrying out
nonlinear conduction functions as memory-effect transistors, using
theory and simulations. In their paper published in the journal
Science, the group describes their work with aqueous electrolytes
confined in a two-dimensional gap between graphite layers and what
they learned from it. Yaqi Hou and Xu Hou with Xiamen University
have published a Perspective piece in the same journal issue
outlining work involved in replicating the ways that neurons
communicate using ionic and neurotransmitter conduction, and the
work done by the team in France.

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