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Stenciling with Atoms in Two-Dimensional Materials

The possibilities for the new field of two-dimensional, one-atomic-layer-thick materials, including but not limited to graphene, appear almost limitless. In a new paper in the journal 2D Materials, Penn State researchers report two discoveries that will provide a simple and effective way to “stencil” high quality 2D materials in precise locations and overcome a barrier to their use in next-generation electronics.
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Research Breakthrough: Cold Sintering of Ceramics Instead of High-temperature Firing

Cold sintering process (CSP) uses a transient aqueous environment to effect densification by a mediated dissolution-precipitation process. These temperatures enable co-sintering of ceramic materials with other materials such as thermoplastics to develop unique composites and new functionalities in a single step process.
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CIMP-3D Advances Direct Metal Printing

Learn how the Center for Innovated Materials Processing through Direct Digital Deposition (CIMP-3D) is advancing and deploying additive manufacturing technology for critical applications.
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A Fast, Non-Destructive Test for Two-Dimensional Materials

Researchers have begun to study hundreds of other 2D materials for the purposes of electronics, sensing, early cancer diagnosis, water desalination and a host of other applications. Now, a team of Penn State researchers have developed a fast, nondestructive optical method for analyzing defects in two-dimensional materials.
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