NewsUsing chemical-vapor deposition to build five layered
single-crystal hexagonal boron nitride structures

7th June 2022by admin0

A team of researchers affiliated with multiple
institutions in the Republic of Korea working with a colleague from
the University of Cambridge, has developed a way to use
chemical-vapor deposition to build five layered single-crystal
hexagonal boron nitride structures. In their paper published in the
journal Nature, the group describes their technique and possible
uses for such structures. Soo Ho Choi and Soo Min Kim with
Sungkyunkwan University and Sookmyung Women’s University,
respectively, have published a News and Views piece in the same
journal issue, outlining the work done by the team on this new
effort.

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