Role of the Carbon Source in the Transformation of Amorphous Carbon to Graphene during Rapid Thermal Processing
- Role of the Carbon Source in the Transformation of Amorphous Carbon to Graphene during Rapid Thermal Processing
- 이광렬; 리 샤오웨이; Yong Zhou; Aiying Wang; Xiaowei Xu
- graphene; MD
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- Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
- VOL 21-9390
- A fast transfer-free synthesis of a graphene structure can be successfully achieved by Ni-catalysed transformation of amorphous carbon (a-C) during rapid thermal processing, but the role of the a-C structure in the a-C-to-graphene transformation is still unclear. In this paper, the dependence of the transformation of a-C to graphene, the diffusion behaviour of C, and the graphene quality on the a-C structures was comparatively investigated by reactive molecular dynamics simulation and Ni was selected as a catalyst. The results demonstrated that different a-C structures affected the diffusion of C into Ni layers and the re-dissolving behaviour of the grown graphitic structures, and thus dominated the remnant number of C atoms, which played a critical role in the formation and quality of graphene.
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