« Researchers Stitch Defects into the World’s Thinnest Semiconductor

A false-color electron microscopy image showing the star-shaped crystals in monolayers of two-dimensional semiconducting molybdenum disulfide. The red, yellow, and blue colors represent two dominant crystal orientations that are stitched together by a line of atomic defects. —Image courtesy of Pinshane Y. Huang and David A. Muller
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