Researchers model crystal that acts as semiconductor and insulator

07/2/2014 | GigaOm

Researchers at Stanford University have modeled a material that could provide an alternative to graphene for electronics applications. Their material consists of an atom-thick layer of molybdenum sandwiched between layers of tellurium. Unlike graphene, it could function as a semiconductor or an insulator, depending on how the atomic structure is manipulated.

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