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A brief history of silicene
Research on silicene shows a fast and steady growth that has increased our tool-box of novel 2D materials with exceptional potential applications in materials science. Especially after the experimental synthesis of silicene ...
Silicon does not have a naturally occurring layered allotrope like graphite. However, it is possible to grow monolayer silicene on substrates, as we have seen in Chap. 3. Extending this idea further, one may wonder whether ...
Silicene on Ag substrate
The isolation of graphene sheets from its parent crystal graphite has given the kick to experimental research on its prototypical 2D elemental cousin, silicene (Brumfiel 2013). Unlike graphene, silicene lacks a layered ...
Obtaining a freestanding 2D graphene flake is relatively easy because it has a naturally occurring 3D layered parent material, graphite, made up of graphene layers weakly bound to each other by van der Waals interaction. ...
Strain engineering of 2D materials
When bulk structures are thinned down to their monolayers, degree of orbital interactions, mechanical properties and electronic band dispersion of the crystal structure become highly sensitive to the amount of applied ...
Germanene, Stanene and other 2D materials
Germanene and stanene (also sometimes written stannene or called tinene) are 2D materials composed of germanium and tin atoms respectively arranged in a honeycomb structure similarly to graphene and silicene. The atomic ...