NewsA new strategy for the synthesis of crystalline graphitic
nanoribbons

13th October 2020by admin0
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New work from a team of scientists led by Drs. Kuo Li
and Haiyan Zheng from the Center for High Pressure Science and
Technology Advanced Research (HPSTAR) collaborated with Dr. Jing Ju
from Peking University found pressure-induced polymerization of
1,4-diphenylbutadiyne produces crystalline graphitic nanoribbons.
Their study provides a new strategy to synthesize crystalline bulk
graphene nanoribbons with atom-scale ordering and controlled width.
The result is published recently in Journal of the American
Chemical Society.

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