Synthesis of S-doped graphene by liquid precursor

@article{Gao2012SynthesisOS,
  title={Synthesis of S-doped graphene by liquid precursor},
  author={Hui Gao and Zheng Liu and Li Song and Wenh H. Guo and Wei Gao and Lijie Ci and Amrita Rao and W. X. Quan and R{\'o}bert Vajtai and Pulickel M. Ajayan},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2012},
  volume={23}
}
Doping is a common and effective approach to tailor semiconductor properties. Here, we demonstrate the growth of large-area sulfur (S)-doped graphene sheets on copper substrate via the chemical vapor deposition technique by using liquid organics (hexane in the presence of S) as the precursor. We found that S could be doped into graphene’s lattice and mainly formed linear nanodomains, which was proved by elemental analysis, high resolution transmission microscopy and Raman spectra. Measurements… 

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