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MoS2 Films Made at Room Temperature in New Process

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A new chemical vapor deposition process allows fabrication of wafer-scale films of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), which until now has been commercially available only in microscale flakes. The advance could pave the way for the large-scale manufacture of flexible and transparent optoelectronics, gas sensors, memory devices, and photovoltaics. Researchers at the University of Southampton's Zepler Institute used room-temperature, ambient-pressure chemical vapor deposition to create the ultrathin films. A new chemical vapor deposition technique allows creation of wafer-scale MoS2...Read full article

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