Localized Deoxygenation and Direct Patterning of Graphene Oxide Films by Focused Ion Beams

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Langmuir
DOI: 10.1021/la303369m

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Functionalization of Graphene for Efficient Energy Conversion and Storage

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Accounts of Chemical Research
DOI: 10.1021/ar300122m

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Observation of Layer-Breathing Mode Vibrations in Few-Layer Graphene through Combination Raman Scattering

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Nano Letters
DOI: 10.1021/nl302450s

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Atomic Covalent Functionalization of Graphene

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Accounts of Chemical Research
DOI: 10.1021/ar300143e

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The rise of graphene in microwave photonics

The unique energy band structure in graphene allows it to actively respond to photons with ultra-wide spectrum range – from the visible to the infrared – with record strong inter-band transition efficiency. As a consequence, graphene based ultra-fast photonics has been rising fast in various aspects of ultra-fast photonics – an ultra-fast graphene photo-detector with bandwidth exceeding 500 GHz; a broadband graphene optical modulator; a broadband graphene polarizer etc, which all benefit from the material’s broadband photonics property. Researchers have now experimentally demonstrated for the first time that graphene, besides its well-known optical saturable absorption, also shows microwave and terahertz saturable absorption. The results lead to the expectation that graphene may show potential applications in microwave photonics.

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Controlling graphene nanopores may reduce the cost of sequencing DNA

Engineers at the University of Texas at Dallas have used advanced techniques to make the material graphene small enough to read DNA.

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Graphene may replace silicon (w/video)

Norwegian researchers are the world’s first to develop a method for producing semiconductors from graphene. This finding may revolutionise the technology industry.

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Graphene: the thickness of it

Graphene has long shown potential for use in electronics, but difficulties in producing the material to a high enough quality has so far prevented the commercialisation of graphene-based devices.

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Capillary Coated with Graphene and Graphene Oxide Sheets as Stationary Phase for Capillary Electrochromatography and Capillary Liquid Chromatography

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Analytical Chemistry
DOI: 10.1021/ac3023636

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Semiquantification of ATP in Live Cells Using Nonspecific Desorption of DNA from Graphene Oxide as the Internal Reference

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Analytical Chemistry
DOI: 10.1021/ac301657f

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