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One-step fabrication of 2D circuits

Electronic components and interconnects can be simultaneously synthesized and integrated through the phase-patterned growth of two-dimensional molybdenum ditelluride.

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Fig. 1: Phase-selective synthesis of 2D MoTe2 for constructing 2D devices and integrated circuits.

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Wu, W. One-step fabrication of 2D circuits. Nat Electron 2, 142–143 (2019).

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