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Synergetic interplay between pressure and surface chemistry for the conversion of sp2-bonded carbon layers into sp3-bonded carbon films
Abstract The effects of the interplay between pressure and surface chemistry on the transformation of few-layer graphene into an sp 3 -bonded carbon film were investigated with first-principlesExpand
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Inhibitor or promoter: Insights on the corrosion evolution in a graphene protected surface
Abstract Corrosion is a fundamental electrochemical problem that results in significant material degradation and failure and affects the performance of many engineering components. Additionally,Expand
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Effect of trapped water on the frictional behavior of graphene oxide layers sliding in water environment
Abstract Two-dimensional materials have great potential for applications in the wide-reaching areas of sensing, drug delivery, and biomolecule nano-transportation. When considering graphene forExpand
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Rapid Synthesis of Nanoporous Conformal Coatings via Plasma-Enhanced Sequential Infiltration of a Polymer Template
Nanoporous conformal coating is an important class of materials for electrocatalysis, water purification, antireflective coatings, etc. Common synthesis methods of porous films often require harshExpand
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TiCaPCON-Supported Pt- and Fe-based Nanoparticles and Related Antibacterial Activity.
A rapid increase in the number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria urgently requires the development of new more effective yet safe materials to fight infection. Herein we uncovered the contribution ofExpand
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Accessibility of the pores in highly porous alumina films synthesized via sequential infiltration synthesis.
Inorganic nanoporous materials with highly accessible pores are of great interest for the design of efficient catalytic, purification and detection systems. Limited access to the pores is a commonExpand
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Effect of the Micelle Opening in Self-assembled Amphiphilic Block Co-polymer Films on the Infiltration of Inorganic Precursors.
Infiltration of the polymer templates with inorganic precursors using the selective vapor-phase infiltration approach, or sequential infiltration synthesis (SIS), allows the design of materials withExpand
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Block-Copolymer Assisted Synthesis of All Inorganic Highly Porous Heterostructures with Highly Accessible Thermally Stable Functional Centers.
Here we propose a simple approach for the design of highly porous multicomponent heterostructures by infiltration of block copolymer templates with inorganic precursors in swelling solvents followedExpand
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Substrate effect on electrical conductance at a nanoasperity-graphene contact
Abstract The use of graphene for applications such as micro- and nano-scale electronic devices often involves incorporating the two-dimensional material onto various substrates. However, the effectsExpand
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Effect of Substrate Support on Dynamic Graphene/Metal Electrical Contacts
Recent advances in graphene and other two-dimensional (2D) material synthesis and characterization have led to their use in emerging technologies, including flexible electronics. However, a majorExpand
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