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Folding 2D materials gives them new properties useful for quantum communications – new research

By Adelina Ilie, Reader, Department of Physics, University of Bath
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Graphene is a material made of carbon atoms one layer thick, arranged in a honeycomb structure. It has been used to make materials stronger, create ultra-high frequency components for communications, boost battery performance and even used to make COVID-19 tests. It’s the archetypal two-dimensional (2D) material – but there’s much more to 2D materials than graphene.

Since graphene was first isolated in 2004, research has expanded to…


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