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Misfit-layered Bi1.85Sr2Co1.85O7.7−δ for the hydrogen evolution reaction : beyond van der Waals heterostructures
Recent research on stable 2D nanomaterials has led to the discovery of new materials for energy-conversion and energy-storage applications. A class of layered heterostructures known as misfit-layered chalcogenides consists ...
Neutron diffraction as a precise and reliable method for obtaining structural properties of bulk quantities of graphene
Graphene based carbon materials have attracted a great deal of attention in the last decade; nowadays tons of graphene are produced yearly. However, there is lack of precise and reliable techniques for the determination ...
Oxygen-free highly conductive graphene papers
Graphene papers have a potential to overcome the gap from nanoscale graphene to real macroscale applications of graphene. A unique process for preparation of highly conductive graphene thin paper by means of Ar+ ion ...
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 ...