Potential 2D Materials with Phase Transitions: Structure, Synthesis, and Device Applications

Volume: 31, Issue: 45
Published: Nov 4, 2018
Abstract
Layered materials with phase transitions, such as charge density wave (CDW) and magnetic and dipole ordering, have potential to be exfoliated into monolayers and few-layers and then become a large and important subfamily of two-dimensional (2D) materials. Benefitting from enriched physical properties from the collective interactions, long-range ordering, and related phase transitions, as well as the atomic thickness yet having nondangling bonds...
Paper Details
Title
Potential 2D Materials with Phase Transitions: Structure, Synthesis, and Device Applications
Published Date
Nov 4, 2018
Volume
31
Issue
45
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