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Borophene trumps graphene as revolutionary substrate

Haljit Basuljevic—Reporter What is deemed as revolutionary in Applied Physics and Materials Science, Yale Research Scientist Adrian Gozar shows how borophene’s stubborn structure has been finally been broken through. For years, synthesizing borophene has remained an enigma for scientists. The discovery of its close cousin graphene, a composite material immensely stronger than steel and has conductive to heat, have provided

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