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2D materials are two-dimensional atomic crystal materials, the most famous of which is graphene. The outstanding features of graphene are the thickness of single atomic layer, high carrier mobility, linear energy spectrum and high strength.

Subsequently, some other two-dimensional materials, such as monolayer BN, MoS2, WS2, MXene materials, were successfully separated. There has been extensive research recently in the field of condensed matter physics.

2D materials exhibit many unique properties due to the limitations of in-plane carrier mobility and thermal diffusion. Its tunable band gap is widely used in field effect transistors, optoelectronic devices, thermoelectric devices and other fields. The controllability of its spin degrees of freedom and valley degrees of freedom has caused in-depth research in the field of spintronics and valley electronics; different Two-dimensional materials have different anisotropy of electrical or optical properties, including thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity, due to the special properties of the crystal structure.

In recent years, two-dimensional materials (such as graphene and borophene) have shown great potential. The addition of 2D materials significantly enriches the topological, thermoelectric and superconducting properties. The application research to explore new 2D materials is still in its infancy, with great potential for development in the next few years. This research topic aims to collect the latest progress in the above fields, and also aims to provide directions for future research on the topology, thermoelectric and superconducting properties of 2D materials. Original research articles, reviews, mini-reviews and perspectives are welcome.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Thermoelectric applications in 2D Materials
• Topological physics in 2D Materials
• Electron phonon coupling leads to superconductivity
• Growth and regulation of 2D Materials
• Valley Electronics in 2D Materials

Keywords: band structure, phonon dispersion, superconducting transition temperature, electron phonon coupling, Thermoelectric materials


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2D materials are two-dimensional atomic crystal materials, the most famous of which is graphene. The outstanding features of graphene are the thickness of single atomic layer, high carrier mobility, linear energy spectrum and high strength.

Subsequently, some other two-dimensional materials, such as monolayer BN, MoS2, WS2, MXene materials, were successfully separated. There has been extensive research recently in the field of condensed matter physics.

2D materials exhibit many unique properties due to the limitations of in-plane carrier mobility and thermal diffusion. Its tunable band gap is widely used in field effect transistors, optoelectronic devices, thermoelectric devices and other fields. The controllability of its spin degrees of freedom and valley degrees of freedom has caused in-depth research in the field of spintronics and valley electronics; different Two-dimensional materials have different anisotropy of electrical or optical properties, including thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity, due to the special properties of the crystal structure.

In recent years, two-dimensional materials (such as graphene and borophene) have shown great potential. The addition of 2D materials significantly enriches the topological, thermoelectric and superconducting properties. The application research to explore new 2D materials is still in its infancy, with great potential for development in the next few years. This research topic aims to collect the latest progress in the above fields, and also aims to provide directions for future research on the topology, thermoelectric and superconducting properties of 2D materials. Original research articles, reviews, mini-reviews and perspectives are welcome.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Thermoelectric applications in 2D Materials
• Topological physics in 2D Materials
• Electron phonon coupling leads to superconductivity
• Growth and regulation of 2D Materials
• Valley Electronics in 2D Materials

Keywords: band structure, phonon dispersion, superconducting transition temperature, electron phonon coupling, Thermoelectric materials


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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