Adding adequate amount of hydrogen to graphene could enhance its future utility in the semiconductor industry, when silicon leaves off. Scientists from the Centre for Multidimensional Carbon Materials of CMCM within the Institute for Basic Science or IBS have currently obtained further insight into such chemical reaction.
Such findings extend the information of the fundamental chemistry of graphene and deliver scientists perhaps closer to realizing novel graphene – based substances. Comprehending how graphene can chemically function with a range of chemicals will enhance its usage. Indeed, graphene has amazing conductivity properties, but it cannot be instantly utilized as a substitute to silicon in semiconductor electrical because it does not possess a band-gap, that is electrons can shift without encountering any energy barrier.
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