2021 In-House Research Highlights
2021 In-House Research Highlights

What Has Been Achieved:

A facile route for characterizing 2D metals.

Importance of the Achievement:

This work provides the first reported ability to rapidly identify the presence of 2D metals.

Unique Feature(s) of the MIP that Enabled this Achievement:

Large area epitaxial graphene


Maxwell T Wetherington et al 2021 2D Mater. 8 041003


This work was supported in part by Horiba Scientific, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (FA9550-19-1-0295), the National Science Foundation (NSF) under DMR-2002651 and DMR-2011839 through the Penn State MRSEC−Center for Nanoscale Science, the 2D Crystal Consortium NSF Materials Innovation Platform under cooperative agreement DMR-1539916. We thank Horiba application scientists David Tuschel, Fran Adar, Bridget O'Donnell and Sergey Mamedov, the staff within the Materials Characterization Laboratory in the Materials Research Institute at The Pennsylvania State University, John Newman and Ben Schmidt from Physical Electronics for measurement assistance and fruitful discussions.

Credits/Names: Maxwell T Wetherington, Furkan Turker, Timothy Bowen, Alexander Vera, Siavash Rajabpour, Natalie Briggs, (Penn State) Ashley Maloney (Phi Electronics), Shruti Subramanian and Joshua A Robinson (2DCC, Penn State)

Download PDF Version: 1539916_2DCCMIP_2021_Fingerprinting2DMetals.pdf

Year of Research Highlight: 2021

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