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Chemical manipulation of edge-contact and encapsulated graphene by dissociated hydrogen adsorption

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Abstract

Due to its important role in the mass production of electronics, chemical functionalization is commonly utilized during the development of graphene-based electronics. Dramatically improved graphene devices with encapsulated edge-contact configurations represent an additional application of a suitable functionalization process. In this study, we report the partial functionalization of a novel device by dissociative hydrogen adsorption. We investigate the H2 adsorption process, which results in a change in the electrical properties using an encapsulated edge-contact device. When using chemical functionalization, we found that hydrogenation allows the realization of high-quality two-dimensional material-based electronics.

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The article was received on 15 Nov 2016, accepted on 10 Jan 2017 and first published on 18 Jan 2017


Article type: Paper
DOI: 10.1039/C6RA26853F
Citation: RSC Adv., 2017,7, 6013-6017
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    Chemical manipulation of edge-contact and encapsulated graphene by dissociated hydrogen adsorption

    S. J. Hong, H. Kim, M. Lee, H. Kang, M. Park, D. H. Jeong, S. W. Lee, Y. W. Park and B. H. Kim, RSC Adv., 2017, 7, 6013
    DOI: 10.1039/C6RA26853F

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