Graphene nanoribbons formed by a sonochemical graphene unzipping using flavin mononucleotide as a template

@article{Yoon2015GrapheneNF,
  title={Graphene nanoribbons formed by a sonochemical graphene unzipping using flavin mononucleotide as a template},
  author={Woojin Yoon and Yonggeun Lee and Hongje Jang and Myungsu Jang and J. Kim and H. Lee and S. Im and D. Boo and Jiwoong Park and Sang-Yong Ju},
  journal={Carbon},
  year={2015},
  volume={81},
  pages={629-638}
}
Abstract When the width of a graphene nanoribbon (GNR) is only a few nanometers, it possesses semiconducting properties that enable various high-end electronic applications. In this study, we report that the dense and stable dispersion of a natural graphite formed using flavin mononucleotide (FMN) as a surfactant produces GNRs as small as 10 nm in width. High-resolution transmission electron microscopy reveals GNRs with various widths, along with a graphene flake containing straight-edged GNRs… Expand

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