MIT scientists find ‘twisted’ graphene getting weirder at ‘magical angle’ [11-05-2020]
Graphene is often referred to as a “magical material” because of its ultra-thin, ultra-strong and some strange electrical properties,media reported. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have previously found a particularly strange pattern in the “twisted” graphene structure, and now they’ve studied it more closely and found that the more layers it has, the better it will work.
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