nLab goldene




In solid state physics, goldene refers to monolayers of gold? atoms; the term being a riff on graphene which refers to atomic monolayers of carbon.


Precursor discussion:

  • S. Forti, S. Link, A. Stöhr, et al.: Semiconductor to metal transition in two-dimensional gold and its van der Waals heterostack with graphene Nat Commun 11 2236 (2020) [doi:10.1038/s41467-020-15683-1]

Claims of synthesis of goldene:

  • Sudhir Kumar Sharma, Sudhir Kumar Sharma, Renu Pasricha, James Weston, Thomas Blanton, and Ramesh Jagannathan: Synthesis of Self-Assembled Single Atomic Layer Gold Crystals-Goldene, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 14 49 (2022) 54992–55003 [doi:10.1021/acsami.2c19743]

  • Shun Kashiwaya, Yuchn Shi, Jun Lu, J. et al.: Synthesis of goldene comprising single-atom layer gold, Nat. Synth (2024) [doi:10.1038/s44160-024-00518-4]

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