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Black phosphorus with near-superhydrophobic properties and long-term stability in aqueous media

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Abstract

Black phosphorus is a two-dimensional material that has potential applications in energy storage, high frequency electronics and sensing, yet it suffers from instability in oxygenated and/or aqueous systems. Here we present the use of a polymeric stabilizer which prevents the degradation of nearly 68% of the material in aqueous media over the course of ca. 1 month.

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Submitted
06 Mar 2018
Accepted
14 Mar 2018
First published
22 Mar 2018

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2018,54, 3831-3834
Article type
Communication

Black phosphorus with near-superhydrophobic properties and long-term stability in aqueous media

P. D. Matthews, W. Hirunpinyopas, E. A. Lewis, J. R. Brent, P. D. McNaughter, N. Zeng, A. G. Thomas, P. O'Brien, B. Derby, M. A. Bissett, S. J. Haigh, R. A. W. Dryfe and D. J. Lewis, Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 3831
DOI: 10.1039/C8CC01789A

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