Abstract Submission Ends on: December 13, 2023

Graphene and 2d Materials

Graphene: It is collected from a single layer of carbon atoms organized in a two-dimensional (2D) honeycomb lattice. It is an essential building block for a variety of well-known carbon materials such as three-dimensional (3D) graphite, carbon nanotubes, zero-dimensional (0D) fullerene, one-dimensional (1D). It was exposed in 2004 by peeling off graphene flakes from bulk graphite with sticky.

2D-Materials: A class of nanomaterials defined by their property of being merely one or two atoms thick.

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