Flash Graphene Morphologies.

@article{Stanford2020FlashGM,
  title={Flash Graphene Morphologies.},
  author={Michael G. Stanford and Ksenia V. Bets and Duy Xuan Luong and Paul A. Advincula and Weiyin Chen and John Tianci Li and Zhe Wang and Emily A. McHugh and Wala A Algozeeb and Boris I. Yakobson and James M. Tour},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2020}
}
Flash Joule heating (FJH) can convert almost any carbon-based precursor into bulk quantities of graphene. This work explores the morphologies and properties of flash graphene (FG) generated from carbon black. It is shown that FG is partially comprised of sheets of turbostratic FG (tFG) that have a rotational mismatch between neighboring layers. The remainder of the FG is wrinkled graphene sheets that resemble non-graphitizing carbon. To generate high quality tFG sheets, a FJH duration of 30… 
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