A Tech Brief in our November issue highlights a new material that’s super-thin and super-strong. By combining hydrogen with an atom-thick sheet of boron known as borophane, researchers from Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) have created a potential alternative to the breakthrough 2D material graphene. The Argonne engineers say that the borophane development could support applications in nanoelectronics and quantum information technology.
What do you think? Can Borophane Beat Graphene?
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