2D NON-LAYERED MATERIALS

A pathway from 3D to 2D

Two-dimensional cobalt oxide and cobalt nickel oxide sheets, with thicknesses around one nanometre, can form spontaneously from the transformation of three-dimensional nanocrystals in a solution-phase synthesis.

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Fig. 1: A schematic showing the evolution of 3D nanocrystals into 2D sheets.

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