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Colour photograph of a set of 2D mineral samples made by Manchester Nanomaterials Limited

Set of 2D samples made by Manchester Nanomaterials Limited, 2015. Hexagonal boron nitride, Gallium selenide, Molybdenum disulfide, Arsenic sulfide, Mica. In 2015, these samples were available for purchase on the Manchester Nanomaterials Limited website, making it easier for others to research the properties and potential of 2D materials