Dobrina Borisova, Vladislav Antonov and Ana Proykova Hydrogen sulfide adsorption on a defective graphene International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 113
Vacancies in graphene attract hydrogen sulphide molecules. The result is sulphur chemisorption and hydrogen molecule release. Density functional theory computations indicate that graphene with vacancies is a metal, and becomes a semiconductor upon the adsorption of sulphur. It is found that vacancies induce a ferromagnetic state, in agreement with experimental observations.
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