Recent progress of the Computational 2D Materials Database (C2DB)

@article{Gjerding2021RecentPO,
  title={Recent progress of the Computational 2D Materials Database (C2DB)},
  author={Morten Niklas Gjerding and Ali Taghizadeh and Asbj{\o}rn Rasmussen and Sajid Ali and Fabiano Bertoldo and Thorsten Deilmann and Nikolaj R{\o}rb{\ae}k Kn{\o}sgaard and Mads Kruse and Ask Hjorth Larsen and Simone Manti and Thomas Garm Pedersen and Urko Petralanda and Thorbj{\o}rn Skovhus and Mark Kamper Svendsen and Jens J{\o}rgen Mortensen and Thomas Olsen and Kristian Sommer Thygesen},
  journal={2D Materials},
  year={2021},
  volume={8}
}
The Computational 2D Materials Database (C2DB) is a highly curated open database organising a wealth of computed properties for more than 4000 atomically thin two-dimensional (2D) materials. Here we report on new materials and properties that were added to the database since its first release in 2018. The set of new materials comprise several hundred monolayers exfoliated from experimentally known layered bulk materials, (homo)bilayers in various stacking configurations, native point defects in… 
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