Capacitor development by Ultrathin Materials

They utilized hexagonal boron nitride to assemble an equal plate capacitor for a qubit. To manufacture the capacitor, they sandwiched hexagonal boron nitride between extremely meager layers of another van der Waals material, niobium diselenide. The complicated creation process included setting one up iota thick layers of the materials under a magnifying lens and afterward utilizing a tacky polymer to snatch each layer and stack it on top of the other. They set the tacky polymer, with the heap of 2D materials, onto the qubit circuit, then, at that point, softened the polymer and washed it away. Then, at that point, they associated the capacitor to the current construction and cooled the qubit to 20 millikelvins (- 273.13 C). "Probably the greatest test of the creation interaction is working with…
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