Atom-scale Semiconducting Composites Created

September 30, 2014
Scientists recently led the first single-step growth of self-assembled hybrid layers made of two elements that can either be side by side and one-atom thick or stacked atop each other. The structure's form can be tuned by changing the growth temperature. The discovery could lead to atomically thin semiconductors with no limit to their potential for use in optoelectronic devices.
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