Research Explores Capabilities of 2D Materials to Change Technology

Two-dimensional materials have, for long, have fascinated scientists. Their elasticity, unique electronic properties, and flexibility have intrigued the scientific community. Besides, these 2D materials are thin as a single layer of an atom. Such materials were discovered in 2004 in Graphene. Almost 15 years later, researchers at the University of Rochester have developed a new technique to combine oxide and 2D materials. This combination makes use of transistor-scale device platforms.