Graphene like 2D Materials
Graphene is made out of a single layer of carbon molecules arranged in a two-dimensional (2D) honeycomb grid. It is a fundamental building block for a scope of surely understood carbon materials, for example, three-dimensional (3D) graphite, one-dimensional (1D) carbon nanotubes, and zero-dimensional (0D) fullerene. Perceiving the uniqueness of the 2D structure, one may expect that such materials will uncover new and sudden properties giving various imaginative chances. In this exhaustive audit, the present status of graphene-like 2D materials, which is a genuinely new field, will be talked about by focusing on theoretical and experimental studies of their structural and electronic properties answered to date. There will be a special emphasis on the electronic properties of the flawless and synthetically functionalized monolayer, bilayer, and multilayer sheets of graphene-like 2D materials and in addition the most recent engineered accomplishments for creating 2D nanosheets.