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Introduction to the Physics of Silicene and other 2D Materials

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Introduction to the Physics of Silicene and other 2D Materials
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Publisher: Springer
Number of pages: 101

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This concise book offers an essential introduction and reference guide for the many newcomers to the field of physics of elemental 2D materials. This primer introduces and reviews the most crucial developments regarding silicene from both theoretical and experimental perspectives.

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