Architecture of graphdiyne nanoscale films.

  title={Architecture of graphdiyne nanoscale films.},
  author={Guoxing Li and Yuliang Li and Huibiao Liu and Yanbing Guo and Yongjun Li and Daoben Zhu},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  volume={46 19},
We have demonstrated a methodology to generate large area graphdiyne films with 3.61 cm(2) on the surface of copper via a cross-coupling reaction using hexaethynylbenzene. The device based on graphdiyne films for measurement of electrical property is fabricated and shows conductivity of 2.516 x 10(-4) S m(-1) indicating a semiconductor property. 

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