Injecting electrons jolts 2-D structure into new atomic pattern

The same electrostatic charge that can make hair stand on end and attach balloons to clothing could be an efficient way to drive atomically thin electronic memory devices of the future, according to a new Berkeley Lab study. Scientists have found a way to reversibly change the atomic structure of a 2-D material by injecting it with electrons. The process uses far less energy than current methods for changing the configuration of a material's structure.

Injecting electrons jolts 2-D structure into new atomic pattern

The same electrostatic charge that can make hair stand on end and attach balloons to clothing could be an efficient way to drive atomically thin electronic memory devices of the future, according ...

Wed 11 Oct 17 from Phys.org

Injecting Electrons Jolts 2-D Structure Into New Atomic Pattern, Wed 11 Oct 17 from Newswise

Injecting electrons jolts 2-D structure into new atomic pattern, Wed 11 Oct 17 from ScienceDaily

Modifying Structural Configuration of 2D Materials by Doping with Electrons

An innovative study performed by Researchers from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has shown that the electrostatic charge that makes hair ...

Fri 13 Oct 17 from AZoNano

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