5 years ago

Edges fractal approach in graphene – Defects density gain

Edges fractal approach in graphene – Defects density gain
To optimize the technological development together with energy gain, the crucial materials needs to be tailored in a smart way to benefit a maximum from the property-structure relation. Herein we propose the way to increase a defect density in graphene moving from 1D linear edges to fractal edges, also highlight the fractal nature of graphene structures them-self. The tentative oxidation and hydrogenation catalytic etching of few layer graphene results in structures with edges fractals, jaggy edges at graphene periphery or in newly formed etched holes.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0008622317307595

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