Chemical manipulation of edge-contact and encapsulated graphene by dissociated hydrogen adsorption

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Abstract

Due to its important role in the mass production of electronics, chemical functionalization is commonly utilized during the development of graphene-based electronics. Dramatically improved graphene devices with encapsulated edge-contact configurations represent an additional application of a suitable functionalization process. In this study, we report the partial functionalization of a novel device by dissociative hydrogen adsorption. We investigate the H2 adsorption process, which results in a change in the electrical properties using an encapsulated edge-contact device. When using chemical functionalization, we found that hydrogenation allows the realization of high-quality two-dimensional material-based electronics.

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Hong, S. J., Kim, H., Lee, M., Kang, H., Park, M., Jeong, D. H., … Kim, B. H. (2017). Chemical manipulation of edge-contact and encapsulated graphene by dissociated hydrogen adsorption. RSC Advances, 7(10), 6013–6017. https://doi.org/10.1039/c6ra26853f

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