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- Jun 14, 2019

New 2D Materials Show Promise for Future Electronic Devices

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

2D-graphene-material-blogThe promise of 2D graphene material for next-generation electronics is well-known—because of its high conductivity and light weight. However, there are many other 2D materials that also can be used in future electronics applications to bring new and improved characteristics.

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