Magnetic with a pinch of hydrogen: Research team develops new idea to improve the properties of ultra-thin materials

This article describes how a German-American research team has developed a new method to improve the magnetic properties of ultra-thin materials by reacting them with hydrogen. They focused on non-van der Waals 2D materials, which are strongly bound and chemically active, unlike graphene. By introducing hydrogen to these materials, they were able to manipulate their magnetic states, potentially leading to new types of electronic components. The findings are based on computational models and will soon be tested experimentally.

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