Mighty MXenes are ready for launch

MXenes, discovered by Drexel University researchers in 2010, are a new family of 2D materials poised to impact energy storage, electronics, and more due to their unique properties. These materials, derived from MAX phases by etching, offer unparalleled tunability and versatility across a broad spectrum of applications. With commercial products on the horizon, MXenes stand out for their conductive properties and ability to be customized for specific uses. For a detailed overview, read more at C&EN: