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2-DTwo Dimensional
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Xinjue Zhong and coauthors from Columbia University in the US, CNR-ISTM and D3-CompuNet at the Italian Institute of Technology in Italy, and CNRS UMR, University of Angers in France, have published a paper on the first superatomic 2-D semiconductor in a recent issue of Nano Letters.
The 2-D film, Hone explained, is "an elegant example of how the world becomes different when the size of material shrinks to the scale of a single atom.
2-D inspection techniques are capable of providing transfer area information only, while 3-D inspection techniques provide additional information such as height and volume transfer.
Curious George'' brings the popular children's book character to life via vibrantly colorful 2-D animation.
2-D slice images (JPEG format)--generally, three or more complete 1024 X 1024 2-D images are produced representing the top, middle, and bottom slices of a 300 pixel thick subsection of the 3-D microstructure (see Fig.
We knew there was pent-up demand for 3-D solid modeling, but frankly we were surprised by the large numbers and how quickly the 2-D users contacted us," said Bill McClure, director of the Solid Edge line of business for Unigraphics Solutions.
For many mold designers, it's important to be able to design not only in solids but also in some combination of 2-D and 3-D surfaces and solids.
The transducer rotates 360 degrees to create a series of 2-D cross sections.
Building on its global reputation for remarkable visuals and compelling stories, National Geographic Giant Screen Films produces original 2-D and 3-D productions.
AutoCAD is the major CAD software both in industry and academia, for the creation of 2-D and 3-D technical drawings.