Subnanometer-Scale Channels in 2D Materials Hold Promise for Future Electronics

The most popular 2D material is graphene, which is a form of carbon, but of late researchers have been exploring other 2D materials, such as molybdenum disulfide, which have their own, unique benefits. Creating useful electronics, however, requires combining many 2D materials in the same plane, …

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