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Observation of Structure Evolution and Reaction Intermediates at the Gate-tunable Suspended Graphene/Electrolyte Interface

@inproceedings{Xu2022ObservationOS,
  title={Observation of Structure Evolution and Reaction Intermediates at the Gate-tunable Suspended Graphene/Electrolyte Interface},
  author={Ying Xu and Youhe Ma and Feng Gu and Shanshan Yang and Chuan-Shan Tian Department of Physics and State Key Laboratory of Nuclear Physics and KeyLaboratoryfor Micro and Nano Photonic Structures and Fudan University and Collaborative Innovation Center of Advanced Microstructures},
  year={2022}
}
: Graphene serves as an ideal platform to investigate the microscopic structure and reaction kinetics at the graphitic electrode interfaces. However, graphene is susceptible to various extrinsic factors, e.g. substrate, causing much confusion and controversy. Hereby we have obtained cm-sized substrate-free monolayer graphene suspended on electrolyte surface with gate tunability. Using sum-frequency spectroscopy, we have observed the structural evolution versus the gate voltage at the graphene… 
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