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#1 Moreno

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Posted 20 May 2017 - 01:24 AM

Someone said me that electrons and holes in graphene are separated spatially.

What does it exactly mean?


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Posted 20 May 2017 - 02:09 AM

http://pubs.acs.org/...chemeng.5b00771

 

Complicated stuff that doesn't matter much unless you're using it for something specific.. Unless I'm wrong. In which case someone will correct me.


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Posted 20 May 2017 - 02:49 PM

http://pubs.acs.org/...chemeng.5b00771

 

Complicated stuff that doesn't matter much unless you're using it for something specific.. Unless I'm wrong. In which case someone will correct me.

 

So, this property shows up in quantum dots only, not in intrinsic graphene?

I wish to know what will happen if we will ingest the same amount electrons and holes in graphene?


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Posted 21 May 2017 - 02:44 AM

So, this property shows up in quantum dots only, not in intrinsic graphene?

I wish to know what will happen if we will ingest the same amount electrons and holes in graphene?

 

Ingesting electrons (and holes) occurs with all foods, doesn’t it?  Think about salt.

 

Supplementing the diet with medicinal charcoal should provide some graphene,

since the char is essentially like "inertinite" macerals, and thus contains graphene. 

 

 

 

Fig-7-Structure-of-biochar-with-differen

 

Fig. 7. Structure of biochar with different functional groups present on its surface

(Adapted and redrawn from Brennan et al., 2001; Lehmann and Joseph, 2009). 

 

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#5 Moreno

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Posted 21 May 2017 - 11:41 PM

 

Ingesting electrons (and holes) occurs with all foods, doesn’t it?  Think about salt.

 

Supplementing the diet with medicinal charcoal should provide some graphene,

since the char is essentially like "inertinite" macerals, and thus contains graphene. 

 

 

 

Fig-7-Structure-of-biochar-with-differen

 

Fig. 7. Structure of biochar with different functional groups present on its surface

(Adapted and redrawn from Brennan et al., 2001; Lehmann and Joseph, 2009). 

 

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Recently scientists discovered by means of practical experiments (something that was predicted for a while ago) that

graphene may not be feed by electrons and holes for a months and still feel quite vigorously. And you care about

some salts... Well, I will take it to attention.


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