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Towards stoichiometric analogues of graphene: graphane, fluorographene, graphol, graphene acid and others

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Abstract

Stoichiometric derivatives of graphene, having well-defined chemical structure and well-defined chemical bonds, are of a great interest to the 2D materials research. Hydrogenated graphene (graphene), fluorographene, hydroxygraphene (graphol), thiographene, cyanographene, aminographene, graphene acid pose unique and well defined chemical and physical properties, allowing their further transformation and application in the devices. Here we overview various methods of their synthesis and discuss their chemistry and properties. It is expected that the family of stochiometric derivatives of graphene will grow beyond listed examples in the near future.

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Submitted
24 Mar 2017
First published
19 May 2017

This article is Open Access

Chem. Soc. Rev., 2017,46, 4450-4463
Article type
Review Article

Towards stoichiometric analogues of graphene: graphane, fluorographene, graphol, graphene acid and others

M. Pumera and Z. Sofer, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2017, 46, 4450
DOI: 10.1039/C7CS00215G

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