Correction: Graphene and Graphene Oxide: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications

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  1. Graphene and Graphene Oxide: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications Volume 22, Issue 35, 3906–3924, Article first published online: 29 June 2010

Due to an oversight of the editorial office, a mistake was introduced in the references on page 3919, right column, at the start of the fourth paragraph. In the published paper the text segment on page 3919 reads:

As mentioned, graphene can be grown on metal surfaces by surface segregation of carbon or by decomposition of hydrocarbons. However, this technique is only practical for graphene production if the as-grown graphene can be transferred from the metal substrates to other substrates, which looks straightforward but only was realized for multilayer and non-uniform films recently with Ni[160–162] and for uniform monolayer graphene, with Cu.[17]

However, reference 160 does not relate to graphene segregation on metal surfaces. The authors first to report this technique were Qingkai Yu and co-workers as described in reference 246. Consequently, the start of the fourth paragraph on page 3919 should be corrected to read as follows:

As mentioned, graphene can be grown on metal surfaces by surface segregation of carbon or by decomposition of hydrocarbons. However, this technique is only practical for graphene production if the as-grown graphene can be transferred from the metal substrates to other substrates, which looks straightforward but only was realized for multilayer and non-uniform films recently with Ni,[246,161,162] and for uniform monolayer graphene, with Cu.[17]

The editorial office apologizes for any inconvenience caused.

In addition, reference 160 was not published in 2009, so reference 160 should read:

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