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Forget Graphene, Silicene Is Here to Blow Your Mind [Materialist]

Remember how graphene, the single-atom thick layer of carbon was so slick it was going to change everything? Well it looks like silicene is here to steal the spotlight. Reachers have just made the first sheet of single-atom thick silicon. More »
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