Heterogeneous sub-continuum ionic transport in statistically isolated graphene nanopores.

  title={Heterogeneous sub-continuum ionic transport in statistically isolated graphene nanopores.},
  author={Tarun Jain and Benjamin C Rasera and Ricardo Jose S Guerrero and Michael S. H. Boutilier and Sean C O'Hern and Juan-Carlos Idrobo and Rohit Karnik},
  journal={Nature nanotechnology},
  volume={10 12},
Graphene and other two-dimensional materials offer a new class of ultrathin membranes that can have atomically defined nanopores with diameters approaching those of hydrated ions. These nanopores have the smallest possible pore volumes of any ion channel, which, due to ionic dehydration and electrokinetic effects, places them in a novel transport regime and allows membranes to be created that combine selective ionic transport with ultimate permeance and could lead to separations and sensing… CONTINUE READING
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