Graphene Modification


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RUSSO, CHRISTOPHER J. , PASSMORE, Lori A.

ABSTRACT

The invention relates to a support for receiving a biological sample, the support comprising at least one support member, and comprising graphene attached to said at least one support member, wherein said graphene is partially hydrogenated graphene. The invention also relates to use of a partially hydrogenated graphene surface to support a biological molecule for electron microscopy. The invention also relates to a method for making a partially hydrogenated graphene, the method comprising applying a hydrogen ion or hydrogen atom to the surface of graphene, hwerein said hydrogen ion or hydrogen atom is applied at an energy in the range 1 to 21 eV. The invention also relates to a sensor comprising a surface capable of adsorbing a biological molecule thereto, wherein said surface comprises partially hydrogenated graphene. The invention also relates to a method for cleaning a graphene surface, comprising contacting said graphene surface with a hydrogen plasma or a helium plasma or a neon plasma for a time sufficient to remove surface impurities. More... »

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