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Dobrina Borisova, Vladislav Antonov and Ana Proykova Hydrogen sulfide adsorption on a defective graphene International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 113

Version of Record online: 24 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/qua.24077

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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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