Method to grow large single-crystal graphene could advance scalable 2-D materials

A new method to produce large, monolayer single-crystal-like graphene films more than a foot long relies on harnessing a "survival of the fittest" competition among crystals. The novel technique, developed by a team led by the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, may open new opportunities for growing the high-quality two-dimensional materials necessary for long-awaited practical applications.

Method to grow large single-crystal graphene could advance scalable 2-D materials

A new method to produce large, monolayer single-crystal-like graphene films more than a foot long relies on harnessing a "survival of the fittest" competition among crystals. The novel technique, ...

Mon 12 Mar 18 from Phys.org

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New Method for Growing Graphene Could Finally Let Us Build Something With It

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Evolutionary Selection of Single-Crystal Growth - Method for Advancing Scalable 2D Materials

An innovative technique to make large, monolayer single-crystal-like graphene films measuring more than one foot in length is dependent on making productive a “survival of the fittest”...

Tue 13 Mar 18 from AZoNano

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