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When Semiconductors Stick Together, Materials Go Quantum

DOE and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers have developed a method that can turn ordinary semiconducting materials into quantum machines. The method stacks together 2D layers of tungsten disulfide and tungsten diselenide to create a superlattice with exotic physical properties. The twist angle between the layers is what turns this 2D semiconducting system into an exotic quantum material with highly interacting electrons.

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