Contact: Matt Shipman
North Carolina State University
Caption: The thin films are only one atom thick, but can be made wide enough to coat wafers that are two inches wide or larger. The films are made of molybdenum sulfide, an inexpensive semiconductor material.
Credit: Linyou Cao, North Carolina State University
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