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Substitutional Si Doping of Graphene and Nanotubes through Ion Irradiation-Induced Vacancies

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 August 2019

Heena Inani*
Affiliation:
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics & VDSP, Vienna, Austria.
Kimmo Mustonen
Affiliation:
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics & VDSP, Vienna, Austria.
Alexander Markevich
Affiliation:
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics & VDSP, Vienna, Austria.
Er-Xiong Ding
Affiliation:
Aalto School of Science, Department of Applied Physics, Aalto, Finland.
Mukesh Tripathi
Affiliation:
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics & VDSP, Vienna, Austria.
Aqeel Hussian
Affiliation:
Aalto School of Science, Department of Applied Physics, Aalto, Finland.
Clemens Mangler
Affiliation:
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics & VDSP, Vienna, Austria. Aalto School of Science, Department of Applied Physics, Aalto, Finland.
Esko I. Kauppinen
Affiliation:
Aalto School of Science, Department of Applied Physics, Aalto, Finland.
Toma Susi
Affiliation:
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics & VDSP, Vienna, Austria.
Jani Kotakoski
Affiliation:
University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics & VDSP, Vienna, Austria.
*
*Corresponding Author: heena.inani@univie.ac.at
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Microscopy and Microanalysis of Nuclear and Irradiated Materials
Copyright
Copyright © Microscopy Society of America 2019 

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[11]The authors acknowledge funding by the FWF project I3181-N36, P 28322-N36 and P31605, Wiener Wissenschafts-Forschungs- und Technologiefonds (WWTF) project MA14-009, European Research Council (ERC) Grant No. 756277-ATMEN, Finnish Cultural Foundation through a grant from the Finnish Postdoc Pool and projects 286546DEMEC, 292600-SUPER, 3303/31/2015 (CNT-PV), 1882/31/2016 (FEDOC) and the Aalto Energy Efficiency (AEF) Research Program through the MOPPI project. Ms. Heena Inani is thankful to Vienna Doctoral of Physics for providing additional support.Google Scholar
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