Scientists in Singapore have discovered the potential of a readily available material that could be used to replace expensive graphene analogues in a wide range of electrochemical processes.
Graphene consists of single layers of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice structure. This structure provides unique properties, making graphene an important material for sensing and electrochemical applications.
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Thermally Reduced Graphenes Exhibiting Close Relationship to Amorphous Carbon
Colin Hong An Wong, Adriano Ambrosi and Martin Pumera
Nanoscale, 2012, Accepted Manuscript