Confined linear carbon chains as a route to bulk carbyne.

@article{Shi2016ConfinedLC,
  title={Confined linear carbon chains as a route to bulk carbyne.},
  author={Lei Shi and Philip Rohringer and Kazu Suenaga and Yoshiko Niimi and Jani Kotakoski and Jannik C Meyer and Herwig Peterlik and Marius Wanko and Seymur Cahangirov and Angel Rubio and Zachary J. Lapin and Luk{\'a}s Novotn{\'y} and Paola Ayala and Thomas Pichler},
  journal={Nature materials},
  year={2016},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={634-9}
}
Strong chemical activity and extreme instability in ambient conditions characterize carbyne, an infinite sp(1) hybridized carbon chain. As a result, much less has been explored about carbyne as compared to other carbon allotropes such as fullerenes, nanotubes and graphene. Although end-capping groups can be used to stabilize carbon chains, length limitations are still a barrier for production, and even more so for application. We report a method for the bulk production of long acetylenic linear… CONTINUE READING
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