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The structure and morphology of charged graphene sheets in solution
Abstract
Graphene is a truly remarkable material, formed by a honeycomb lattice of carbon that is just one atom thick. It is stronger than steel, a better conductor of heat and electricity than copper, and almost completely transparent to light. Graphene therefore has numerous potential applications, from ultra-thin displays and touch screens, to transistors and solar panels. We have used neutron scattering to understand how individual graphene sheets can be dissolved in solution, paving the way for many new graphene-based processes and products.
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