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New imaging technology catches development of quantum particles with extraordinary resolution
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New imaging technology catches development of quantum particles with extraordinary resolution

Excitons—electrically neutral quasiparticles—have remarkable properties. They exist just in semiconducting and insulating materials and can be effectively gotten to in two-dimensional (2D) materials only a couple of atoms thick, for example, carbon and molybdenite. At the point when these 2D materials are consolidated, they show quantum properties that neither one of the materials has individually. A new Tel Aviv University examine investigates the generation and propagation of excitons in 2D materials inside an extraordinary little time allotment and at an exceptionally high spatial goals. The exploration was driven by Prof. Haim Suchowski and Dr. Michael Mrejen of TAU's Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences and distributed in Science Advances on February 1. Quant...