A schematic of platinum atoms deposited on the surface of the carbon “buffer-layer"


Photographer: Hans He

A schematic of platinum atoms deposited on the surface of the carbon ‘buffer-layer’, which is a graphene-like 2D insulating material grown epitaxially on silicon carbide, that enables two-dimensional growth of platinum. Image: Hans He / Chalmers University of Technology

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