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High-pressure hydrogenation of graphene : towards graphane
The conversion of graphene to graphane is of high importance from a technological and scientific point of view. We present here a scalable method for the hydrogenation of graphene based on thermal exfoliation of graphite ...
Impedimetric immunoglobulin G immunosensor based on chemically modified graphenes
Immunosensors which display high sensitivity and selectivity are of utmost importance to the biomedical field. Graphene is a material which has immense potential for the fabrication of immunosensors. For the first time, ...
Transition metal-depleted graphenes for electrochemical applications via reduction of CO2 by lithium
Graphene has immense potential for future applications in the electrochemical field, such as in supercapacitors, fuel cells, batteries, or sensors. Graphene materials for such applications are typically fabricated through ...
Capacitance of p- and n-doped graphenes is dominated by structural defects regardless of the dopant type
Graphene materials possess attractive properties that can be used for the fabrication of supercapacitors with enhanced energy-storage performance. It has been shown that both boron and nitrogen doping of graphene can improve ...
Halogenation of graphene with chlorine, bromine, or iodine by exfoliation in a halogen atmosphere
Nanoarchitectonics on graphene implicates a specific and exact anchoring of molecules or nanoparticles onto the surface of graphene. One such example of an effective anchoring group that is highly reactive is the halogen ...