Black Phosphorus: A Promising Candidate for Future Electronic and Photonic Devices

“Atomic and Electronic Structure of Exfoliated Black Phosphorus,” a journal article co-authored by Prof. Steven Koester and Prof. Tony Low (along with other researchers from ECE and CEMS) has been featured on the cover of the Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A. Black phosphorus, a layered two-dimensional crystal with tunable electronic properties and high hole mobility, is quickly emerging as a promising candidate for future electronic and photonic devices.