First `heavy-fermion` material made in 2D
Physicists in Japan have created the first 2D 'heavy-fermion' material
The material was made using molecular beam epitaxy (MBE), which also allowed the researchers to carry out the first systematic study of how the electronic properties of a heavy-fermion material change when it is made into layers just one molecule thick. The results could help physicists to understand why some other layered materials superconduct at relatively high temperatures.
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