Researchers from Princeton University, Rutgers University, and the University of Regensburg have engineered a chemical exfoliation technique to produce single-molecule-thick tungsten disulfide ink that could be used in quantum computing.

This is according to a report by published last week.

“Chemical exfoliation offers another route toward monolayers, with the advantage that it accesses large quantities, which can then be processed into printable inks, moving studies from the laboratory setting to potential industrial applications, especially if the synthesized ink is stable in air,” stated the authors in their paper.

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