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Chem. Commun., 2012,48, 8745-8747
23 Apr 2012,
14 Jun 2012
First published online
02 Jul 2012
Exfoliation of graphite was achieved using a free-base porphyrin 1 resulting in an efficient fabrication of single-layer nanographene (NG)–1 hybrid platelets that can be further functionalized with other nanomaterials. The novel nanographene–porphyrin hybrids reveal efficient charge transfer in the excited state.
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