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By A.J. Roan
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Tuned magnetism for quantum components

Chromium-sulfide-bromide crystals benefit semiconductors Metal Tech News – May 25, 2022


Last updated 7/12/2022 at 2:07pm

A rendering of the nano-sized CrSBr crystals developed at Columbia University.

Columbia University/Myung-Geun Han and Yimei Zhu

Chromium-sulfide-bromide crystallizes into thin layers that can be peeled apart and stacked to create nanoscale devices.

Columbia University chemists and physicists recently found a link between tunable electronic magnetic properties in a 2D semiconductor that could potentially be applied to quantum computing, spintronics, and other fundamental research.

Created in the lab of chemist Xavier Roy, chromium-sulfide-bromide (CrSBr) is chemistry that is called a van der Waals crystal, which can be peeled into stackabl...

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