Single and Multilayer Growth of Graphene from the Liquid Phase

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The preparation of poly crystalline graphene from the liquid phase has been discussed.The mechanism of graphene growth from the liquid phaseon the Cu-Ni alloy and the type of atmosphere, used inthe graphene fabrication-acetylene, ethylene, hydrogen has been presented. Stages of nucleation and poly crystalline growth of graphene were identified. The paper presents theresults of a single-and multi-layered graphene growth phase.It is assumed the final result will mean the optimization of the industrial-scale production of low-cost poly crystalline graphene.

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P. Kula et al., "Single and Multilayer Growth of Graphene from the Liquid Phase", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 510, pp. 8-12, 2014

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