NewsUltra-fast gas flows through tiniest holes in 2-D
membranes

18th December 2020by admin0
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Researchers from the National Graphene Institute at
the University of Manchester and the University of Pennsylvania
have identified ultra-fast gas flows through the tiniest holes in
one-atom-thin membranes, in a study published in Science
Advances.

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