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New Bilayer Material Could Improve LED Technology

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A new bilayer material measuring less than one nanometer in thickness per layer could lead to more efficient and versatile light emission. Using the 'Scotch tape' method made famous by creating graphene and laser beams, researchers craft new material that could improve LED screens. Courtesy of KU. Researchers working at the Ultrafast Laser Lab at the University of Kansas (KU) successfully created the material by combining atomically thin layers of molybdenum disulfide and rhenium disulfide. Hui Zhao, associate professor of physics and astronomy at KU, said molybdenum disulfide...Read full article

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