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A team from Purdue University has received a patent for a 2D nanomaterial that has potential for use in nanoelectronics, quantum devices, and infrared technology used in national defense tools and biochemical sensors.
The material is derived from the rare element tellurium, which has a thin, durable structure with unique properties.
Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University’s Ravi and Eleanor Talwar Rising Star Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering, is working to take a new two-dimensional nanomaterial to market. Courtesy of Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University.
“Our technology produces atomically thin 3D tellurium, which can be used for high-performance devices. The amount needed for each device is very little, and the added values…