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TWO-DIMENSIONAL MATERIALS

Scaled dielectrics for scaled devices

Ultrathin calcium fluoride layers can provide an effective gate dielectric for two-dimensional transistors.

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Fig. 1: Ultrathin CaF2 gate dielectrics for 2D devices.