A particular ‘sandwich’ of graphene and boron nitride may lead to next-gen microelectronics

Moiré patterns occur everywhere. They are created by layering two similar but not identical geometric designs. A common example is the pattern that sometimes emerges when viewing a chain-link fence through a second chain-link fence.


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