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Graphene synthesis

Nanoribbons from the bottom-up

Nature Chemistry volume 6, pages 9192 (2014) | Download Citation

The organic synthesis of graphene nanostructures requires exceptionally efficient chemistry and is made more challenging by difficulties in characterization and processing. Now, solution-dispersible graphene nanoribbons have been synthesized on the gram scale.

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