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Processable and Robust MoS2 Paper Chemically Cross‐Linked with Polymeric Ligands by the Coordination of Divalent Metal Ions

01-Feb-2013 | Yi‐Tao Liu, Zhen Tan, Xu‐Ming Xie, Zhi‐Feng Wang, Xiong‐Ying Ye, Chemistry - An Asian Journal, 2013

Abstract Inorganic graphene analogues (IGAs) are a huge and fascinating family of compounds that have extraordinary electronic, mechanical, and thermal properties. However, one of the largest problems that face the industrial application of IGAs is their poor processability, which has led to a ...

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Nuclear size effects in rotational spectra: A tale with a twist

04-Jun-2012 | Stefan Knecht, Trond Saue, Chemical Physics, 2012

We report a 4-component relativistic benchmark study of the isotopic field shift in the rotational spectrum of three diatomic molecules: TlI, PbTe and PtSi. A central quantity in the theory is the derivative with respect to internuclear distance of an effective electron density associated with a ...

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Graphene: Chemical Vapor Deposition of Graphene on Copper from Methane, Ethane and Propane: Evidence for Bilayer Selectivity (Small 9/2012)

07-May-2012 | Wassei, Jonathan K.; Mecklenburg, Matthew; Torres, Jaime A.; Fowler, Jesse D.; Regan, B. C.; Kaner, Richard B.; Weil ..., Small, 2012

The cover image shows a schematic pathway of how ethane gas can be used to grow AB‐stacked, bilayer graphene through chemical vapor deposition on copper foils. The background is a selective area transmission electron microscopy image of bilayer graphene, and the foreground displays a scanning ...

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Nuclear size effects in rotational spectra: a tale with a twist

08-Nov-2011 | Stefan Knecht, Trond Saue, Chemical Physics, 2011

We report a 4-component relativistic benchmark study of the isotopic field shift in the rotational spectrum of three diatomic molecules: TlI, PbTe and PtSi. A central quantity in the theory is the derivative with respect to internuclear distance of an effective electron density associated with a ...

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