Correlation between the Zeeman-effect and localization of 2D excitons
Transition metal dichalcogenides
Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: An Introduction
What are TMDs? And why is it important to develop new techniques to make them? Elisha Mercado has spent her time at Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology finding out.
Transition metal dichalcogenides: the next-generation 2D semiconductors
A new special issue available from JPCM highlights the novel phenomena of these materials and their potential in electronic devices as a possible replacement for silicon.
What is Condensed Matter Physics?
And why it not only matters to the staff and students of the CDT but everyone.
Jeremy Robinson: graphene with a bit added
Jeremy Robinson, a 2012 Presidential Early Career Award receipient answers our questions on his research with graphene, and who inspired him to pursue a career in science.
Image of the week: anisotropic dichalcogenide
Superconductivity of anisotropic dichalcogenides comes into focus for this week’s Image of the week, with a recent JPCM paper from Scheidt and colleagues.