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Spontaneous and Fast Growth of Large‐Area Graphene Nanofilms Facilitated by Oil/Water Interfaces

is developed for spontaneous, fast growth of large‐area graphene nanofilms on various substrates. The graphene nanofilms produced show tunable optical properties and a highly reversible optoelectronic response. Complementary to chemical vapor deposition, this method could offer a fast, simple, and l... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced Materials 02 August 2012, Vol.24(29), pp.3958-3964
Main Author: Gan, Shiyu
Other Authors: Zhong, Lijie , Wu, Tongshun , Han, Dongxue , Zhang, Jingdong , Ulstrup, Jens , Chi, Qijin , Niu, Li
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ID: ISSN: 0935-9648 ; E-ISSN: 1521-4095 ; DOI: 10.1002/adma.201201098
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title: Spontaneous and Fast Growth of Large‐Area Graphene Nanofilms Facilitated by Oil/Water Interfaces
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  • Gan, Shiyu
  • Zhong, Lijie
  • Wu, Tongshun
  • Han, Dongxue
  • Zhang, Jingdong
  • Ulstrup, Jens
  • Chi, Qijin
  • Niu, Li
subjects:
  • Graphene Nanofilm
  • Oil‐Water Interface
  • Spontaneous Growth
  • Soft Interfacial Self‐Assembly
ispartof: Advanced Materials, 02 August 2012, Vol.24(29), pp.3958-3964
description: is developed for spontaneous, fast growth of large‐area graphene nanofilms on various substrates. The graphene nanofilms produced show tunable optical properties and a highly reversible optoelectronic response. Complementary to chemical vapor deposition, this method could offer a fast, simple, and low‐cost chemical strategy to produce graphene nanofilms.
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abstractis developed for spontaneous, fast growth of large‐area graphene nanofilms on various substrates. The graphene nanofilms produced show tunable optical properties and a highly reversible optoelectronic response. Complementary to chemical vapor deposition, this method could offer a fast, simple, and low‐cost chemical strategy to produce graphene nanofilms.
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