Chalcogenide-based van der Waals-layered materials for enhanced electronic and electromechanical properties
Since the successful isolation of graphene via mechanical exfoliation at room temperature, other van der Waals (vdW)-layered or quasi-2D materials have gained significant interest in the scientific and technological communities. Quasi-2D (q2D) materials have been shown to unlock a wide variety of unusual and useful thermoelectric, electronic, optoelectronic, electromechanical, and sensing properties (among others) offering several advantages over conventional bulk 3D materials. From an application standpoint however, between the large band gap of hexagonal boron nitride and the zero band gap of ...
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Likith, S. R. J.
Ciobanu, Cristian V.