Issue Date: October 30, 2017
Manganese thiophosphite joins 2-D materials club
Examples of materials measuring just a few atoms thick have been popping up so quickly in recent years that many categories of materials now have several members in the two-dimensional materials club. The list includes organics, inorganics, and single-element varieties representing a large group of electrical conductors, insulators, and semiconductors with impressive mechanical, thermal, and optical properties. Magnetic members were noticeably absent until just a few months ago, when . . .
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