Room-temperature ferroelectricity in CuInP2S6 ultrathin flakes


Two-dimensional (2D) materials have emerged as promising candidates for various optoelectronic applications based on their diverse electronic properties, ranging from insulating to superconducting. However, cooperative phenomena such as ferroelectricity in the 2D limit have not been well explored. Here, we report room-temperature ferroelectricity in 2D… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms12357


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@inproceedings{Liu2016RoomtemperatureFI, title={Room-temperature ferroelectricity in CuInP2S6 ultrathin flakes}, author={Fucai Liu and Lu You and Kyle L. Seyler and Xiaobao Li and Peng Yu and Junhao Lin and Xuewen Wang and Jiadong Zhou and Hong Wang and Haiyong He and Sokrates T Pantelides and Wu Zhou and Pradeep Sharma and Xiaodong Xu and Pulickel M. Ajayan and Junling Wang and Zheng Liu}, booktitle={Nature communications}, year={2016} }