Controlling the properties of graphene produced by electrochemical exfoliation

  title={Controlling the properties of graphene produced by electrochemical exfoliation},
  author={Mario Hofmann and Wan-yu Chiang and Tu{\^a}n D Nguyễn and Y P Hsieh},
The synthesis of graphene with controllable electronic and mechanical characteristics is of significant importance for its application in various fields ranging from drug delivery to energy storage. Electrochemical exfoliation of graphite has yielded graphene with widely varying behavior and could be a suitable approach. Currently, however the limited understanding of the exfoliation process obstructs targeted modification of graphene properties. We here investigate the process of… 

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