Classification framework for graphene-based materials.

@article{Wick2014ClassificationFF,
  title={Classification framework for graphene-based materials.},
  author={Peter Wick and Anna E. Louw-Gaume and Melanie Kucki and Harald F Krug and Kostas Kostarelos and Bengt Fadeel and Kenneth A. Dawson and Anna Salvati and Esther Vazquez and Laura Ballerini and Mauro Tretiach and Fabio Benfenati and Emmanuel Flahaut and Laury Gauthier and Maurizio Prato and Alberto Bianco},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2014},
  volume={53 30},
  pages={7714-8}
}
Graphing graphene: Because the naming of graphene-based materials (GBMs) has led to confusion and inconsistency, a classification approach is necessary. Three physical-chemical properties of GBMs have been defined by the GRAPHENE Flagship Project of the European Union for the unequivocal classification of these materials (see grid). 
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