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Iridium- and osmium-decorated reduced graphenes as promising catalysts for hydrogen evolution
Renewable energy sources are highly sought after as a result of numerous worldwide problems concerning the environment and the shortage of energy. Currently, the focus in the field is on the development of catalysts that ...
Selective nitrogen functionalization of graphene by bucherer-type reaction
Nitrogen functionalization of graphene offers new hybrid materials with improved performance for important technological applications. Despite studies highlighting the dependence of the performance of nitrogen-functionalized ...
Definitive insight into the graphite oxide reduction mechanism by deuterium labeling
The reduction of graphite oxide is one of the most important reactions in the production of graphene in gram quantities. The mechanisms of these widely used reactions are poorly understood. The mechanism of the chemical ...