## What is/are Two Dimensional Membrane?

Two Dimensional Membrane - A nonlinear two-dimensional membrane model was introduced based on the linear spring network model and non-linear worm-like-chains (WLC) model.^{[1]}However, most are two-dimensional membrane dressings which cannot be used to dress wounds of certain depths such as chronic ulcers and bedsores, and hence, cannot provide wound care.

^{[2]}A robust synthesis methodology for crystallizing nanoporous single-layer graphene hosting a high density of size-selective nanopores is urgently needed to realize the true potential of two-dimensional membranes for gas separation.

^{[3]}A computational study of the dynamic stability of a two-dimensional membrane wing in laminar steady flow is presented, with a focus on the role of membrane mass.

^{[4]}The work highlights the importance of the three-dimensional nature of many two-dimensional membrane-confined interactions, illustrating a role for molecular reach in controlling biochemical reactions.

^{[5]}In this work, a formal deduction of a two-dimensional membrane theory, similar to Landau–Lifshitz model, is performed via an asymptotic development of the weak formulation of the three-dimensional equations of elasticity.

^{[6]}An optimization methodology to find concurrently material spatial distribution and material anisotropy repartition is proposed for orthotropic, linear and elastic two-dimensional membrane structures.

^{[7]}Hybrid WS2/GO two-dimensional membranes were developed to achieve finely molecular sieving.

^{[8]}Mechanical resonators based on suspended two-dimensional membranes are promising systems for developing sensitive detectors of mass, charge and force.

^{[9]}For the structures, not only the two-dimensional membranes that composed of smooth fibers and hierarchically structured fibers but also the recently developed three-dimensional nanofibrous aerogels are comprehensively summarized.

^{[10]}Two-dimensional membranes with nanofluidic channels and a high chemical stability are strongly needed in many practical applications.

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