Silicon with a two-dimensional structure

Silicon, a semi-metal, bonds in its natural form with four other elements and its three-dimensional structure takes the form of a tetrahedron. For a long time, it seemed impossible to achieve the synthesis and characterization of a two-dimensional equivalent – geometrically speaking, a square. Now scientists have succeeded in producing a crystalline complex with such a configuration.Silicon, a semi-metal, bonds in its natural form with four other elements and its three-dimensional structure takes the form of a tetrahedron. For a long time, it seemed impossible to achieve the synthesis and characterization of a two-dimensional equivalent – geometrically speaking, a square. Now scientists have succeeded in producing a crystalline complex with such a configuration.Read More

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