NewsTwo-dimensional carbon networks: Graphdiyne as a functional
lithium-ion storage material

18th June 2020by admin0
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Lithium-ion batteries usually contain graphitic
carbons as anode materials. Scientists have investigated the
carbonic nanoweb graphdiyne as a novel two-dimensional carbon
network for its suitability in battery applications. Graphdiyne is
as flat and thin as graphene, which is the one-atomic-layer-thin
version of graphite, but it has a higher porosity and adjustable
electronic properties. In the journal Angewandte Chemie,
researchers describe its simple bottom-up synthesis from
tailor-made precursor molecules.

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