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The ABC of 2D materials

Nature Physics volume 11, pages 625626 (2015) | Download Citation

When do structures comprising a few crystalline sheets become truly two dimensional? The number of layers certainly plays a role, but in trilayer graphene, the way they're stacked matters too — as shown in a series of Nature Physics papers from 2011.

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  1. Alberto F. Morpurgo is in the Department of Quantum Matter Physics and the Group of Applied Physics at the University of Geneva, CH-1211 Geneva, Switzerland

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