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2D Gold ‘Nanoseaweed’ Could One Day be More Effective than Graphene

by Jeff Hopkins, on 10/11/19 9:00 AM

A new form of gold just two atoms thick is 10 times more efficient than the current gold nanoparticles used as a catalytic substrate. Its high surface-to-volume ratio and flexibility also give it potential for use in bendable screens, electronic inks, and transparent conducting displays.

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