Toward Exotic Layered Materials: 2D Cuprous Iodide

@article{Mustonen2021TowardEL,
  title={Toward Exotic Layered Materials: 2D Cuprous Iodide},
  author={Kimmo Mustonen and Christoph Hofer and Peter Kotrusz and Alexander Markevich and Martin Hulman and Clemens Mangler and Toma Susi and Timothy J. Pennycook and K Hricovini and Christine Richter and Jannik C. Meyer and Jani Kotakoski and Viera Sk{\'a}kalov{\'a}},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
  year={2021},
  volume={34}
}
Heterostructures composed of 2D materials are already opening many new possibilities in such fields of technology as electronics and magnonics, but far more could be achieved if the number and diversity of 2D materials were increased. So far, only a few dozen 2D crystals have been extracted from materials that exhibit a layered phase in ambient conditions, omitting entirely the large number of layered materials that may exist at other temperatures and pressures. This work demonstrates how such… 

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