Structures and chemical properties of silicene: unlike graphene.


The discovery of graphene and its remarkable and exotic properties have aroused interest in other elements and molecules that form 2D atomic layers, such as metal chalcogenides, transition metal oxides, boron nitride, silicon, and germanium. Silicene and germanene, the Si and Ge counterparts of graphene, have interesting fundamental physical properties with… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ar400180e

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