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Scalable two-dimensional materials advance future-gen electronics

Since the discovery of the remarkable properties of graphene, scientists have increasingly focused research on the many other two-dimensional materials possible, both those found in nature and concocted in the lab. However, growing high quality, crystalline 2-D materials at scale has proven a significant challenge.
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