Fabrication Methods for Integrating 2D Materials

  title={Fabrication Methods for Integrating 2D Materials},
  author={David J. Moss},
  • D. Moss
  • Published 18 November 2021
  • Materials Science
With compact footprint, low energy consumption, high scalability, and mass producibility, chip-scale integrated devices are an indispensable part of modern technological change and development. Recent advances in two-dimensional (2D) layered materials with their unique structures and distinctive properties have motivated their on-chip integration, yielding a variety of functional devices with superior performance and new features. To realize integrated devices incorporating 2D materials, it… 

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