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Graphene Oxide Framework Materials: Theoretical Predictions And Experimental Results.
J. Burress, Srinivas Gadipelli, Jamie Ford, J. Simmons, W. Zhou, T. Yildirim
Published 2010 · Materials Science, Medicine
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A series of idealized model systemswith various diboronic acid linker concentrations (and con-sequently different pore size, pore volume, and surface areas)were examined (see Supporting Information for details).Structural optimization yielded a circa 1.1 nm interlayerseparation for these ideal structures. The simulated absolute
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