From defects to diamonds – innovations in the processing and manipulation of graphene

Recently there have been a number of efforts to understand the effects of defects on graphene at both the nano- and macro-scale. Under high-temperature and ultra-vacuum conditions, carbon atoms within graphene slip outside of the lattice and rotate, creating defects which close on themselves and cau...

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