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clockwise,topleft:creditone,shared;credittwo;creditthree 26 | science news | august 13, 2011 www.sciencenews.org
 

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26 | science news | august 13, 2011 www.sciencenews.org
feature | carbon flatland
Carbon
flatland
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www.sciencenews.org august 13, 2011 | science news | 27
S
ome physicists spend their
days exploring the three
dimensions of space, the four
dimensions of spacetime or
even the 11 dimensions of something
called M-theory. Other researchers are
content with just two.
But fewer dimensions doesn't mean
lessscience.Forsevenyears,researchers
have been enjoying a two-dimensional
playgroundofnewphysicsprovidedbya

  

Source: Andrei, Eva Y. - Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers University

 

Collections: Materials Science; Physics