Carbon-Related Bilayers: Nanoscale Building Blocks for Self-Assembly Nanomanufacturing

@article{Ipaves2019CarbonRelatedBN,
  title={Carbon-Related Bilayers: Nanoscale Building Blocks for Self-Assembly Nanomanufacturing},
  author={Bruno Ipaves and Jo{\~a}o Francisco Justo and Lucy V. C. Assali},
  journal={The Journal of Physical Chemistry C},
  year={2019}
}
Using a first-principles total energy methodology, we investigated the properties of graphene-like carbon mono and bilayers, functionalized with nitrogen and boron atoms. The resulting stable structures were explored in terms of their potential use as nanoscale two-dimensional building blocks for self-assembly of macroscopic structures. We initially considered graphene monolayers functionalized with nitrogen and boron, but none of them was dynamically stable in terms of the respective layer… Expand
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