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Graphene Growth & Applications

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BP Lectures 2013

Several new routes to the growth and manipulation of graphene will be discussed. These will include the preparation of large-area (2.3 millimeters) single-domain graphene grown on simple copper foils, preparation of Bernal-stacked bilayer , trilayer and tetralayer graphene, hexagonal graphene onions, 3D seamless graphene-nanotube hybrid material which shows the requisite 7-membered rings at the interface junction, a top-down route to precisely patterned graphene nanoribbons that are sub 10-nm in width and microns long, and reinforced 2D graphene for increased mechanical performance. The use of graphene, graphene nanoribbons, and their derivatives in supercapacitors, interdigitated microsupercapacitors, field emitters and battery applications will be discussed.

This talk is part of the Department of Chemistry series.

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