NewsTwo-dimensional metals open pathways to new science

10th March 2020by admin0
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An atomically thin materials platform developed by
Penn State researchers in conjunction with Lawrence Berkeley
National Lab and Oak Ridge National Lab will open a wide range of
new applications in biomolecular sensing, quantum phenomena,
catalysis and nonlinear optics.

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