Contact: Lynn Yarris
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Caption: Semiconductors made from graphene and boron nitride can be charge-doped using light. When the GBN heterostructure is exposed to light (green arrows), positive charges move from the graphene layer (purple) to boron nitride layer (blue).
Credit: Image courtesy of Feng Wang, Berkeley Lab
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