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Nanopinion: Nanoscale KISS method – a novel approach for 2D materials production

Read the latest Nanopinion by Dr Antonija Grubišić-Čabo and Dr Maciej Dendzik. They introduce the new Kinetic In situ Single-layer Synthesis (KISS) method which produces larger 2D materials in a simple and clean way and elaborate on its potential for the future applications. 

“A very interesting class of materials are two-dimensional (2D) materials, which one can imagine as a sheer surface – these materials are atomically thin, but in plane can be very large, in some cases even square meters. 2D materials show many unusual properties, unique physics phenomena and physical properties that cannot be found in 3D materials, and some of 2D materials, e.g. graphene, are among the strongest in the world.”

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