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We describe the successful in situ chemical vapor deposition synthesis of a graphene-based heterostructure in which a graphene monolayer is protected by top and bottom boron nitride films. The boron nitride film/graphene monolayer/boron nitride film (BGB) was found to be a mechanically robust and chemically inert heterostructure, from which the deleterious… (More)
We report the selective growth of large-area bilayered graphene film and multilayered graphene film on copper. This growth was achieved by introducing a reciprocal chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process that took advantage of an intermediate h-BN layer as a sacrificial template for graphene growth. A thin h-BN film, initially grown on the copper substrate… (More)
A monolayer hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) film with controllable domain morphology and domain size (varying from less than 1 μm to more than 100 μm) with uniform crystalline orientation was successfully synthesized by chemical vapor deposition (CVD). The key for this extremely large single crystalline domain size of a h-BN monolayer is a decrease in the… (More)
Conditions for Reciprocal CVD Figure S1. Conditions used for graphene growth. (a) Temperature profile and flow parameters during the growth of epitaxial multilayer or poly-crystalline bilayer graphene. (b) Table listing the growth conditions used to prepare the graphene/h-BN heterostructure and the multilayer graphene.
Correction for 'Controllable poly-crystalline bilayered and multilayered graphene film growth by reciprocal chemical vapor deposition' by Qinke Wu et al., Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 10357-10361.