NewsAdding foreign atoms to graphene boosts its
properties

1st September 2021by admin0
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Monolayer graphene finds practical applications in
many fields, thanks to its desirable intrinsic properties. However,
these properties can also limit its potentials. The addition of
foreign atoms can help, but requires precise control. Now,
researchers from South Korea invented a simple methodology to
achieve fine control over the integration of foreign atoms with
graphene, developing composite graphene-based heterostructures that
can be used to store energy at low cost and fabricate ultrathin,
wearable electronics.

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