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SiO2 covered by graphene and then by h-BN after helium-ion-beam irradiation

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Composition

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pyridinic-like N-doped graphene

nitrogen-doped graphene sheets nitrogen-implanted graphene N-doped graphene nanosheets nitrogen-doped graphene nitrogen-doped-graphene N-decorated graphene N-implanted graphene N-graphene sheets N-doped graphene N-doped-graphene N-graphene graphene NGr NG
Type Nano Material
Formula
Role layer
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hexagonal-boron nitride nanosheets

hexagonal-boron nitride nanosheets few layer boron nitride nanosheets hexagonal boron nitride monolayer monolayer hexagonal boron nitride hexagonal boron nitride flakes boron nitride nanosheets hexagonal boron nitride monolayer h-BN sheets single-layer h-BN thin h-BN layers h-BN nanosheets h-BN nanoflakes hBN nanosheets h-BN monolayer monolayer h-BN BN nanosheets monolayer hBN h-BN layers h-BN flakes h-BN NS hBN NS BN NS FBNNS h-BN BNNS hBN
Type Nano Material
Formula
Role layer

Properties

Applications

Area Application Source
electronics

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Characterization

Method Source
Raman spectroscopy dependent on ion dose

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Biological effects

Preparation

Method 1

Type: Chemical synthesis
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Starting materials
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Product

SiO2 covered by graphene and then by h-BN after helium-ion-beam irradiation

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