Synthesis of very narrow multilayer graphene nanoribbon with turbostratic stacking

@inproceedings{Negishi2017SynthesisOV,
  title={Synthesis of very narrow multilayer graphene nanoribbon with turbostratic stacking},
  author={Ryota Negishi and Kohji Yamamoto and Hiroshi Kitakawa and Minoru Fukumori and Hirofumi Tanaka and Takuji Ogawa and Yoshihiro Kobayashi},
  year={2017}
}
A multilayer graphene nanoribbon (GNR) less than 20 nm wide was synthesized by overlayer growth of graphene on a GNR template. First, very narrow template GNRs with widths of approximately 10 nm were prepared by unzipping from double-walled carbon nanotubes. Additional 4–5 layers of graphene were then formed on the pristine GNR template by chemical vapor deposition. Raman spectroscopy revealed that the synthesized multilayer GNR had turbostratic stacking without any structural correlation… CONTINUE READING

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