Contact: Adam Babiński
Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw
Caption: Layers of molybdenum disulfide stand better prospects of finding applications in electronics than graphene. Molybdenum disulfide occurs in nature as molybdenite, crystalline material that frequently takes the characteristic form of silver-colored hexagonal plates.
Credit: Source: Faculty of Physics UW
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