Properties of fluorinated graphene films.

@article{Robinson2010PropertiesOF,
  title={Properties of fluorinated graphene films.},
  author={Jeremy T Robinson and James S Burgess and Chad E. Junkermeier and Stefan C. Badescu and Thomas L. Reinecke and F. Keith Perkins and Maxim K Zalalutdniov and Jeffrey W. Baldwin and James C. Culbertson and Paul E Sheehan and Eric S. Snow},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 8},
  pages={3001-5}
}
Graphene films grown on Cu foils have been fluorinated with xenon difluoride (XeF(2)) gas on one or both sides. When exposed on one side the F coverage saturates at 25% (C(4)F), which is optically transparent, over 6 orders of magnitude more resistive than graphene, and readily patterned. Density functional calculations for varying coverages indicate that a C(4)F configuration is lowest in energy and that the calculated band gap increases with increasing coverage, becoming 2.93 eV for one C(4)F… CONTINUE READING
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