Engineering the boundary between 2D and 3D materials

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01 Mar, 2021

In the lab, this ultra-high vacuum system was used to prepare samples of 2D-3D material interfaces which were then studied in the adjoining electron microscope facility. Credits:Image courtesy of the researchers

In the lab, this ultra-high vacuum system was used to prepare samples of 2D-3D material interfaces which were then studied in the adjoining electron microscope facility. Credits:Image courtesy of the researchers

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David L. Chandler writes about energy, engineering, and materials science for the MIT News Office.

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