Multifunctional coatings of exfoliated and reassembled graphite on cellulosic substrates
Biodegradation of Graphene Materials Catalyzed by Eosinophil Peroxidase from Human Immune Cells
Computational design of graphitic carbon nitride photocatalysts for water splitting
Core-shell graphene oxide-polymer hollow fibers as water filters with enhanced performance and selectivity
Synthesis of Metallic Mixed 3R and 2H Nb1+xS2 Nanoflakes by Chemical Vapor Deposition
White graphene quantum dots as electrochemical sensing platform for ferritin
Printable Hexagonal Boron Nitride Ionogels
Electrochemical exfoliation of graphite in H2SO4, Li2SO4 and NaClO4 solutions monitored in-situ by Raman microscopy and spectroscopy
Sol–Gel Synthesis of 2-Dimensional TiO2: Self-Assembly of Ti–Oxoalkoxy–Acetate Complexes by Carboxylate Ligand Directed Condensation
Stability and universal encapsulation of epitaxial Xenes
Graphitic Carbon Nitrides as Platforms for Single-Atom Photocatalysis
Low-energy electron irradiation induced synthesis of molecular nanosheets: An influence of the electron beam energy
Facile assembly of layer-interlocked graphene heterostructures as flexible electrodes for Li-ion batteries
Graphene-supported 2D cobalt oxides for catalytic applications
The Philosophy of Carbon: Meso-Entropy Materials
About this collection
We are delighted to share with you a selection of the papers which will be presented at our Faraday Discussion on the chemistry of 2-dimensional materials: beyond graphene, taking place in Cambridge, UK in March 2020. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/2dmaterials-fd2020. Additional articles will be added to the collection as they are published. The final versions of all the articles presented and a record of the live discussions will be published after the event.
Graphene has extraordinary chemical and physical properties ensuring its use in opto-electronics, energy and biomedical applications. One of the greatest challenges is to develop and master chemical strategies for other 2D materials such as transition metal dichalcogenides. In nature one can find over 3000 layered compounds with different chemical compositions and structures thereby holding diverse physical properties.
This Faraday Discussion will cover all areas related to other 2D materials' chemistry spanning from their theoretical/computational prediction to their synthesis and functionalization yielding 2D and 3D systems with tailor made physical properties - for composites, foams and coatings, membranes, (bio)sensing, (electro- and photo-)catalysis, energy conversion, harvesting and storage, (opto)electronics, nanomedicine and biomaterials.