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Three-dimensional flexible and conductive interconnected graphene networks grown by chemical vapour deposition.
The direct synthesis of three-dimensional foam-like graphene macrostructures, which are called graphene foams (GFs), by template-directed chemical vapour deposition is reported, demonstrating the great potential of GF/poly(dimethyl siloxane) composites for flexible, foldable and stretchable conductors.
Fluorographene: a two-dimensional counterpart of Teflon.
F fluorographene is a high-quality insulator that inherits the mechanical strength of graphene, exhibiting a Young's modulus of 100 N m(-1) and sustaining strains of 15%.
Anatase TiO2 single crystals with a large percentage of reactive facets
This work synthesized uniform anatase TiO2 single crystals with a high percentage (47 per cent) of {001} facets using hydrofluoric acid as a morphology controlling agent and demonstrates that for fluorine-terminated surfaces this relative stability is reversed.
Graphene‐Like Carbon Nitride Nanosheets for Improved Photocatalytic Activities
“Graphitic” (g)‐C3N4 with a layered structure has the potential of forming graphene‐like nanosheets with unusual physicochemical properties due to weak van der Waals forces between layers. Herein is
Efficient preparation of large-area graphene oxide sheets for transparent conductive films.
A modified chemical exfoliation technique to prepare large-area graphene oxide (GO) sheets is introduced and it is found that the GO area is strongly correlated with the C-O content of the graphite oxide, which enables the area of the synthesized GO sheets to be controlled.
Graphene anchored with co(3)o(4) nanoparticles as anode of lithium ion batteries with enhanced reversible capacity and cyclic performance.
This Co( 3)O(4)/graphene nanocomposite displays superior Li-battery performance with large reversible capacity, excellent cyclic performance, and good rate capability, highlighting the importance of the anchoring of nanoparticles on graphene sheets for maximum utilization of electrochemically active Co(3)O (4) nanoparticles and graphene for energy storage applications in high-performance lithium-ion batteries.
Repeated growth and bubbling transfer of graphene with millimetre-size single-crystal grains using platinum
A bubbling method is reported to transfer single graphene grains and graphene films joined from such grains on Pt by ambient-pressure chemical vapour deposition to arbitrary substrate, which is nondestructive not only to graphene, but also to the Pt substrates.