Growth and Production of Graphene and 2D Materials
As the number of business uses of graphene and other 2D materials keeps on expanding, developing and delivering two-dimensional materials of high caliber is fast becoming a critical challenge. As of late, there have been numerous systems created to synthesize graphene, going beyond the 'Scotch tape' technique advocated by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov. These methods run from the epitaxial development of graphene on a wide array of substrates to peeling, nanotube change or the supersonic scattering of graphene-oxide droplets. As the potential uses of other two-dimensional crystals are recognized, the variety of development and creation methods is likewise extending. This focus issue is intended to feature ongoing advances in the differing and growing field of the 2D materials synthesis.