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In 2204, two centuries after isolating "graphene" for the first time, the atomic material which changed the course of history, the human being officially inaugurated his colony on Mars. Having atomic control of matter and its reactions meant a new technological starting point. The great catalyst for the change from a world of 3D materials to a world of 2D materials, was the greatest crisis in history that took place in the 2020s. That was the date of molecular nanotechnology application in everyday settings.
The strict international laws for the protection of people and their economy, still in force, do not allow people to go out on the street without a molecular identification based on "thiophene". This real-time health passport on individuals, has enabled us to protect us from viruses for centuries and will continue to do so.
It seems unbelievable, that only the photons on their heavy silicon plates will take advantage. We currently use the 4 elements of nature, all renewable and basis of our progress.
We use the "graphene", to capture gravitational waves with quantum sensors and to create energy. We use "Molybdenum disulfide", as a base to isolate hydrogen and also to generate osmotic energy in all of our rivers.
Thanks to "Van der waals crystals", such as the "tungsten disulfide", the "transition metal dichalcogenides" and the "wonder material", we can make multi-layer solar panels with an efficiency of the 88%. The capture of the entire light spectrum thanks to 2D materials was revolutionary for energy efficient targets.
Current wind turbines based on "aerographene" and "aerografito", in addition to protecting the inhabitants of Mars from cosmic rays in their homes, here on the Earth, generate energy with the flapping of a butterfly being the lightest material on the Earth for over 200 years.
The ideal technique for mass production of two-dimensional crystals, was not discovered until 2020, when Japanese scientists isolated "white graphene" in the sizes required by the technology industry for the mass development of 2D materials. This discovery was the beginning of the end for the silicon.
The first neural chips that we currently use based on "tungsten diselenide", were developed by M.I.T. engineers also in the 2020s. The possibilities of machine learning and deep learning brought with them unthinkable powers of calculations for science.
Perfect quantum, optoelectronics, piezoelectronics, spintronics, valleytronics, ferromagnetics, Topologics and Zero friction materials; which supposed a whole range of matter such as the control of the "2DTMDCS", "MoS2", "MoSe2", "WSe2", "WTe2", "TiSe2", "ReSe2", "In2Se3" among others; the atomic crystals of "h-BN" and the 2D polymers of "C4H4S". All the materials have been essential to build the ship with which we travelled to Mars the first time and today we inaugurate our colony on the red planet.
200 years ago, we could travel at 30,000 kilometers per hour. Nowadays, we do it at 0.1% of the speed of light and thanks to electromagnetic shields, we can protect ourselves from cosmic dust lethal at those speeds.
We have inhabited the Moon for more than 100 years, the base of all galactic explorations and the neuralgic center of large corporations. In the lunar R&D centres, work is currently underway on the distortion of gravity and the capture of energy dark, but that's another story...
"It is clear, that the future of humanity passes through the control of atomic materials. The biomarkers for disease prevention, molecular and neuronal regeneration, will be essential to achieve great biological progress and take humans beyond 100 years. All the atomic materials will be decisive in reaching this milestone, because each one has its ideal molecular reaction and its corresponding natural application".
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The 'Wonder Material': how graphene is set to change the world
Graphene: the wonder material that could solve the world's water crisis
A colossal elevator to space could be going up sooner than you ever imagined
Los paneles solares de grafeno ya son una realidad: la norteamericana S2A los instalará en sus casas ecológicas de lujo
Más pegajoso de lo esperado: el hidrógeno se une al grafeno en 10 femtosegundos
El grafeno es el nuevo superconductor
Oxido de Grafeno
Investigadores descubren cómo imprimir redes vasculares en 3D
Un nuevo nanomaterial basado en grafeno mejora la captación de energía solar
A Physics Magic Trick: take 2 sheets of carbon and twist
11 ways graphene could change the world
Graphene Flagship: NEWS
Aerographene or graphene aerogel
The perfect material for flexible electronics is based on a plant
Wetting properties of graphene aerogels
Fabrican el material más ligero del mundo
Aerografito, un material que podría revolucionar el sector de los vehículos eléctricos
Aerografito o aerografita
High-quality boron nitride grown at atmospheric pressure
Light from stretchable sheets of atoms for quantum technologies
Energy-harvesting design aims to turn Wi-Fi signals into usable power
High-quality BN grown at atmospheric pressure
Artificial fog helps lasers shine brighter
Misalignments in encapsulated graphene lead to strong modification of electronic properties
Las células solares de la siguiente generación giran en una nueva dirección: el fosforeno muestra promesa de eficiencia
Primeras nanocintas de fosforeno prometen revolucionar la electrónica
El fosforeno, "nacido para ser transistor", se perfila como serio rival del grafeno
Antimoneno, nuevo material bidimensional para los dispositivos del futuro
Desarrollado un método para la producción industrial de antimoneno
Antimoneno, el material para la electrónica del futuro
Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
How thin do you want your layered materials for maximum solar cell efficiency?
New 2D materials show promise for future electronic devices
Kick-starting Moore's Law? New 'synthetic' method for making microchips could help
Transition Metal Dichalcogenides?
2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: redefining electronics
Spectral studies on 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenides (2D TMDCs)
Researchers obtain atomically thin molybdenum disulfide films on large-area substrates
The superpowers of super-thin materials
Producing electricity at estuaries using light and osmosis
Columbia method improves fabrication of 2D atomically thin monolayers
Creating nano light emitters out of monolayer MoS2
Scientists used the most smooth lubricant raw material Molybdenum Disulfide to develop the WiFi power generation antenna
Signatures of moiré-trapped valley excitons in MoSe2/WSe2 heterobilayers
Manipulation of photoluminescence of two-dimensional MoSe2 by gold nanoantennas
2D semiconductor 'Moiré crystal' may contain thousands of single-photon emitters
Newly found superconductor could revolutionize quantum computers
Material could bring optical communication onto silicon chips
Thinning down Weyl semimetals provides a new twist to spintronics
Neural hardware for image recognition in nanoseconds
A new design strategy to fabricate 2-D electronic devices using ultrathin dielectrics
Physicists' finding could revolutionize information transmission
Direct-write quantum calligraphy in monolayer semiconductors
Chips hit a new low with 'Valleytronics'
Saving Moore’s law
'Valley states' in this 2D material could potentially be used for quantum computing
Petronas considers investing 400 million USD in a new lubricants plant, the use of Tungsten Disulfide as the best oil additive will increase significantly
Tungsten Disulfide helps organic solar cell reach 17% efficiency
Organic-cation intercalation: an effective strategy for manipulating band topology and superconductivity
Electrons travel between loosely bound layers
2-D material’s traits could send electronics R&D spinning in new directions
Using light to put a twist on electrons
Getting excited about Excitonium
Charge density wave inhomogeneity and pseudogap in 1T-TiSe2
Giant gate-tunable bandgap renormalization and excitonic effects in a 2-D semiconductor
Pressure dependence of direct optical transitions in ReS2 and ReSe2
Salt-assisted growth and ultrafast photocarrier dynamics of largesized monolayer ReSe2
Van Der Waals Crystals
Ultra-thin van der Waals crystals as semiconductor quantum wells
New method to isolate atomic sheets and create new materials
Materials with similar properties of Graphene
Room-temperature multiferroicity in 2D ultrathin-layers and diversified magnetoelectric couplings
Sensitive Electronic-Skin strain sensor array based on the patterned two-dimensional α-In2Se3
PL maps of 2D materials
pH dependent luminescence switching of tin disulfide quantum dots
High-Performance all 2D-layered tin disulfide: graphene photodetecting transistors with thickness-controlled interface dynamics
Hexagonal tin disulfide nanoplatelets: a new photocatalyst driven by solar light
The Curiosity rover found organic molecules on Mars. This is why they're exciting
Development of Thiophene based conjugated polymers in two dimensions
New two-dimensional Thiophene−Acceptor conjugated copolymers for field effect transistor and photovoltaic cell applications
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