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A solution for two-dimensional hole gases

Metallic behaviour from a two-dimensional hole gas has been observed in solution-processed organic crystals, giving hope for this state of matter to be used in next-generation large-area soft electronics.

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Fig. 1: A 2DHG revealing metallic behaviour in an organic monolayer.

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Caironi, M. A solution for two-dimensional hole gases. Nat. Mater. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41563-021-01078-0

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