New computer models show how semiconductor flakes with fancy shapes grow from simple starting points and rules.
A technique for making ultrathin, two-dimensional films of tungsten disulfide could underpin next-generation electronic and optoelectronic technologies
Better understanding of the wetting characteristics of phosphorene could pave the way for new applications in biological engineering
the thermal properties of a versatile material could lead
to new applications in energy storage, optoelectronic and flexible electronic
Modeling the growth of tiny flakes of a two-dimensional form of phosphorus could help researchers one day produce better electronics