Graphene structures, obtained by catalytic chemical vapor deposition of methane on highly oriented pyrolitic graphite (HOPG), were examined using scanning tunneling microscopy Depending on the Fe catalyst coverage and localization on the substrate steps and terraces, different graphene structures were obtained. curved graphene sheets at the edges of topmost stacked graphene bilayers, laterally grown terraces at the edges of individual graphene layers parallel to the HOPG basal plane and planar graphene islands on the terraces A growth mechanism is proposed that takes into account the specific features of the spatial distribution of Fe catalytic nanoparticles on the substrate surface, driven by metal film-substrate interaction The present synthesis approach is promising for the controlled growth and modification of graphene layers, as well as for engineering the edge characteristics of graphene systems at the atomic scales (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd All rights reserved

Kholmanov, I., Cavaliere, E., Cepek, C., Gavioli, L., Catalytic chemical vapor deposition of methane on graphite to produce graphene structures, <<CARBON>>, 2010; 48 (5): 1619-1625. [doi:10.1016/j.carbon.2009.12.064] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/4994]

Catalytic chemical vapor deposition of methane on graphite to produce graphene structures

Cavaliere, Emanuele;Cepek, Cinzia;Gavioli, Luca
2010

Abstract

Graphene structures, obtained by catalytic chemical vapor deposition of methane on highly oriented pyrolitic graphite (HOPG), were examined using scanning tunneling microscopy Depending on the Fe catalyst coverage and localization on the substrate steps and terraces, different graphene structures were obtained. curved graphene sheets at the edges of topmost stacked graphene bilayers, laterally grown terraces at the edges of individual graphene layers parallel to the HOPG basal plane and planar graphene islands on the terraces A growth mechanism is proposed that takes into account the specific features of the spatial distribution of Fe catalytic nanoparticles on the substrate surface, driven by metal film-substrate interaction The present synthesis approach is promising for the controlled growth and modification of graphene layers, as well as for engineering the edge characteristics of graphene systems at the atomic scales (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd All rights reserved
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Kholmanov, I., Cavaliere, E., Cepek, C., Gavioli, L., Catalytic chemical vapor deposition of methane on graphite to produce graphene structures, <>, 2010; 48 (5): 1619-1625. [doi:10.1016/j.carbon.2009.12.064] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/4994]
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