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Chemical Vapour Deposition of Graphene—Synthesis, Characterisation, and Applications: A Review
TLDR
The essential characterisation techniques in the study of CVD-grown graphene are reported, highlighting the characteristics of a sample which can be extracted from those techniques, drawing particular attention to its potential in the sectors of energy and electronic devices.
Effect of LaNi3 Amorphous Alloy Nanopowders on the Performance and Hydrogen Storage Properties of MgH2
Due to its affordable price, abundance, high storage capacity, low recycling coast, and easy processing, Mg metal is considered as a promising hydrogen storage material. However, the poor
The formation mechanism of hexagonal Mo2C defects in CVD graphene grown on liquid copper.
TLDR
The growth mechanism of the Mo2C defects is demonstrated through thermodynamic calculations and can be beneficial in graphene defect engineering through the vapour phase transport of the volatile MoO3 phase.
Quantum Gravitational Decoherence Induced by Generalized Uncertainty Principle
Several theories of quantum gravity propose the existence of a minimal measurable length and maximum measurable momentum near the Planck scale. When integrated into the framework of quantum
Discriminating quantum gravity models by gravitational decoherence
Several phenomenological approaches to quantum gravity assume the existence of a minimal measurable length and/or a maximum measurable momentum near the Planck scale. When embedded into the framework
Quantum gravitational decoherence from Generalized Uncertainty Principle with stochastic deformation parameter
Several theories of quantum gravity propose the existence of a minimal measurable length and maximum measurable momentum near the Planck scale. When integrated into the framework of quantum