TWO-TERMINAL DEVICES

2D materials-wrapped microparticles

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Colloidal microparticles, with polymer composites encapsulated within two separate 2D material sheets, are fabricated by autoperforation, which can carry chemical and electronic information with long-term instability in complex environments.

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Fig. 1: Autoperforation for fabrication of microparticle devices.

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He, Q., Zhang, H. 2D materials-wrapped microparticles. Nature Mater 17, 956–957 (2018) doi:10.1038/s41563-018-0202-6

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