Two-Dimensional Materials Could Make the Ink for Printable Electronics

January 2, 2014 9:46 PM

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Two-Dimensional Materials Could Make the Ink for Printable Electronics

Researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed an exfoliation method for the two-dimensional (2D) material molybdenum disulfide that leads to crystals of the substance becoming high quality monolayer flakes. These flakes can made into a solution that could be used for printable photonics and electronics.

NUS researchers have been on a bit of a run lately in developing novel manufacturing techniques for 2D materials. Last month, researchers there developed a one-step method for producing graphene for wafer scale films. This latest work also presents improved manufacturing methods for 2D materials, bu...

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