Reviews of current advances in graphene science and technology - Special issue

Graphene, a single atomic layer of honeycomb lattice of carbon atoms, has many unusual electrical, optical, thermal and mechanical properties. It has been the most intensively studied material over the past decade, providing a novel platform for investigating fundamental processes and a new material with potentially revolutionary industrial applications.

Now, a new special issue of Synthetic Metals presents 10 articles by leading experts in the field, covering important topics and latest developments including electrical properties, quantum phenomena, chemical doping and functionalization and large scale synthesis, and should be of interest to senior and novice researchers alike.


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