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Lin Zhou, Lushan Zhou, Mingmei Yang, Di Wu, Lei Liao, Kai Yan, Qin Xie, Zhirong Liu, Hailin Peng and Zhongfan Liu Free Radical Reactions in Two Dimensions: A Case Study on Photochlorination of Graphene Small 9

Version of Record online: 19 MAR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/smll.201202969

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Graphene provides a perfect platform for studying free radical reaction chemistry in two-dimensions. Free-radical photochlorination of graphene is used as an example to investigate the thickness, stacking order, and single- and double-side dependent reactivity of graphene. Anomalously low reactivity is observed in the photochlorination of AB-stacked bilayer graphene in comparison with that of few-layer graphene.

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