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A two-dimensional material has been created, which has no analogs in nature

A two-dimensional material has been created, which has no analogs in nature


A group of researchers from the Melbourne Royal University of Technology (RMIT) made the “discovery of the decade”.
Scientists under the direction of Kurosh Kalantar-Zadeh and Torben Daneke created two-dimensional materials with a thickness of several atoms – something that never existed in nature.This material has revolutionized the scientific community. According to the developers, he is able to change the understanding of chemistry, which is present in the world.
The new material was extracted with the help of several metals. Solid were dissolved in a liquids. Thus, scientists from the Melbourne Royal University of Technology received oxide layers. It turned out something similar to a milk for cappuccino.
Specialists note that this material can be used in high-speed electronics. Out of him will be beautiful transistors, which will consume a minimum of energy. This can be used to create modern touch screens. They will have good sensitivity and will not take the lion’s share of the gadget’s charge. For modern electronics this is extremely important.Future technology,A two-dimensional material has been created, which has no analogs in nature
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