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Graphene: Tunable superdoping

Doping graphitic materials is desirable to enhance their performance for energy conversion and storage applications, but achieving high dopant concentrations remains a challenge. Researchers now demonstrate synthesis of such materials with very high doping levels and facile tunability.

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Figure 1: Superdoping low-dimensional graphene materials.


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Dai, L. Graphene: Tunable superdoping. Nat Energy 1, 16041 (2016).

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