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Isolation and characterization of few-layer black phosphorus
This is the post-peer reviewed version of the following article: A. Castellanos-Gomez et al. “Isolation and characterization of few-layer black phosphorus”. 2D Matererials, 2014, 1(2) 025001Expand
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Elastic properties of freely suspended MoS2 nanosheets.
We study the elastic deformation of few layers (5 to 25) thick freely suspended MoS2 nanosheets by means of a nanoscopic version of a bending test experiment, carried out with the tip of an atomicExpand
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Deterministic transfer of two-dimensional materials by all-dry viscoelastic stamping
The deterministic transfer of two-dimensional crystals constitutes a crucial step towards the fabrication of heterostructures based on the artificial stacking of two-dimensional materials. Moreover,Expand
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Single-photon emission from localized excitons in an atomically thin semiconductor
Single-photon sources are basic building blocks for quantum communications, processing, and metrology. Solid-state quantum emitters in semiconductors have the potential for robust and reliableExpand
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Fast and broadband photoresponse of few-layer black phosphorus field-effect transistors.
Few-layer black phosphorus, a new elemental two-dimensional (2D) material recently isolated by mechanical exfoliation, is a high-mobility layered semiconductor with a direct bandgap that is predictedExpand
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Strong Coupling Between Single-Electron Tunneling and Nanomechanical Motion
Tuning Carbon Nanotube Resonances Nanoscale resonators can be used in sensing and for processing mechanical signals. Single-walled carbon nanotubes have potential design advantages as resonators inExpand
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Quantum transport in carbon nanotubes
Carbon nanotubes are a versatile material in which many aspects of condensed matter physics come together. Recent discoveries have uncovered new phenomena that completely change our understanding ofExpand
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Optomechanical coupling between a multilayer graphene mechanical resonator and a superconducting microwave cavity.
The combination of low mass density, high frequency and high quality factor, Q, of mechanical resonators made of two-dimensional crystals such as graphene make them attractive for applications inExpand
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Laser-thinning of MoS₂: on demand generation of a single-layer semiconductor.
Single-layer MoS(2) is an attractive semiconducting analogue of graphene that combines high mechanical flexibility with a large direct bandgap of 1.8 eV. On the other hand, bulk MoS(2) is an indirectExpand
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