Graphene allotropes

  title={Graphene allotropes},
  author={Andrey N. Enyashin and Alexander L. Ivanovskii},
  journal={physica status solidi (b)},
Using the density‐functional‐based tight‐binding method (DF‐TB) we performed a systematic comparative study of stability, structural, and electronic properties for 12 various types of graphene allotropes, which are likely candidates for engineering of novel graphene‐like materials. 
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