Subnanometer vacancy defects introduced on graphene by oxygen gas.

@article{Yamada2014SubnanometerVD,
  title={Subnanometer vacancy defects introduced on graphene by oxygen gas.},
  author={Y. Yamada and K. Murota and R. Fujita and J. Kim and A. Watanabe and M. Nakamura and S. Sato and K. Hata and P. Ercius and J. Ciston and Cheng Yu Song and K. Kim and W. Regan and W. Gannett and A. Zettl},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={136 6},
  pages={
          2232-5
        }
}
  • Y. Yamada, K. Murota, +12 authors A. Zettl
  • Published 2014
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • The basal plane of graphene has been known to be less reactive than the edges, but some studies observed vacancies in the basal plane after reaction with oxygen gas. Observation of these vacancies has typically been limited to nanometer-scale resolution using microscopic techniques. This work demonstrates the introduction and observation of subnanometer vacancies in the basal plane of graphene by heat treatment in a flow of oxygen gas at low temperature such as 533 K or lower. High-resolution… CONTINUE READING

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