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  • Article - 12 Apr 2018
    In this is article we will look at what molybdenite is, as well as showing why its internal properties are useful for optoelectronic applications.
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  • Article - 16 Apr 2018
    The applications of 2D materials is one that is growing. Being used as a semiconducting material is one of the most common ways in which 2D materials are exploited.
  • News - 30 Apr 2014
    After using it to develop a computer chip, flash memory device and photographic sensor, EPFL scientists have once again tapped into the electronic potential of molybdenite (MoS2) by creating diodes...
  • News - 2 Mar 2013
    Mineral evolution is a new way to look at our planet’s history. It’s the study of the increasing diversity and characteristics of Earth’s near-surface minerals, from the dozen that...
  • News - 7 Dec 2011
    A team of scientists at the Laboratory of Nanoscale Electronics and Structures at Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne (EPFL) have developed a microchip made from molybdenite. The...
  • News - 1 Feb 2011
    Smaller and more energy-efficient electronic chips could be made using molybdenite. In an article appearing online January 30 in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, EPFL's Laboratory of...
  • Article - 27 Jun 2002
    Rhenium is one of the densest materials and has one of the highest melting points of all materials. It is produced as a by-product of copper smelting and has many useful properties. Its occurrence,...
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  • Article - 29 Jul 2001
    Molybdenum is silvery-white, very hard refractory metal, however, it is softer and more ductile than tungsten and is readily worked or drawn into very fine wire. Primary uses are as an alloying...