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Rice University

Molybdenum/Sulfur (2 of 2)

Caption: An animated illustration shows the precise arrangement of atoms in one possible dislocation in two-dimensional molybdenum/sulfur. Dislocations happen when two growing blooms of material come together at different angles in chemical vapor deposition. At a specific angle, the lines along which these dislocations form can become conductive.

Credit: Xiaolong Zou/Rice University

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