Sulfur-assisted large-scale synthesis of graphene microspheres for superior potassium-ion batteries
We present a sulfur-assisted method that converts benzene rings of tetraphenyltin into high purity crystalline graphene
Large-scale low-cost preparation methods for high quality graphene are critical for advancing graphene-based applications in energy storage, and beyond
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