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The successful synthesis of wafer‐scale single crystalline graphene on semiconducting Ge substrate has been considered a significant breakthrough toward the manufacturing of graphene‐based electronic and photonic devices; however, the assumed extremely high electrical mobility has not been found...
High heat flux values in thin film evaporation experiments are typically attained based on short wicking distance, ranging from tens to hundreds of micrometers between the meniscus and the liquid reservoir, thus making such devices vulnerable to quick drying out while also limiting their...
Fluorescence imaging in the second near‐infrared II (NIR‐II) window is opening up new possibilities in bioimaging due to its low scattering rate within the tissue. The integration of 2D materials with NIR‐II fluorescence will enable the development of multifunctional imaging probes. However,...
The asymmetric introduction of functional groups into polymers is promising due to its potential to provide novel electronic and magnetic properties. Though traditional on‐surface bottom‐up synthesis has succeeded in creating various types of polymers, it struggles at realizing asymmetry due to...
Two different shaped Ni‐based metal–organic framework (MOF) nanosheets are prepared from hexagonal nickel hydroxide monolayer nanosheets under the variable reaction conditions. The hexagonal shaped MOF with similar lateral size to Ni(OH)2 nanosheet is obtained on flat Si substrate but the...
Solar cells formed by spin‐coating organic absorber layers on silicon have attracted widespread attention due to their simple processes and high photovoltaic conversion efficiency (PCE). In typical organic/Si solar cells, however, surface defects or unsatisfactory carrier separation are...
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