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Graphitic GaN–ZnO is predicted theoretically. It is much softer than graphene and easier to wrap up into a nanotube. The g-GaN–ZnO and corresponding nanotubes have relatively uniform band gap independent of structures. Moreover, they are potential photocatalysts for water splitting and light-emitting in the UV light region.
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Journal of Materials Chemistry
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