8 May 2018 Hybridized graphene materials
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The integration of graphene and 2D materials into device technologies requires a detailed understanding of how intrinsic and extrinsic forces impact their properties, as well as the development of engineering strategies to vary their properties for a specific response. In this paper we describe and review our efforts for hybridizing graphene in different ways so as to modify or enhance a range of properties. This hybridization comes in the form of chemical or electronic modification for use in applications ranging from chem/bio sensors to nanoelectronics. We discuss results on exploiting chemistry and defects in graphene for chemical vapor sensing, on hybridizing graphene with fluorine atoms for potential use in nanoelectronics, and on electronically hybridizing graphene in multilayer stacks that give rise to new optical and surface properties.
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Jeremy T. Robinson, Jeremy T. Robinson, F. Keith Perkins, F. Keith Perkins, James C. Culbertson, James C. Culbertson, Paul E. Sheehan, Paul E. Sheehan, Thomas L. Reinecke, Thomas L. Reinecke, Eric S. Snow, Eric S. Snow, } "Hybridized graphene materials", Proc. SPIE 10639, Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications X, 106390U (8 May 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2304805; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2304805
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