A recent study by the UNIST scientists has identified that graphene bubbles are found to be more chemically reactive than flat graphene. They quantified and controlled the temperature of individual graphene bubbles with a single laser beam for the first time.
Scientists believe that the study could demonstrate the potential of Raman Spectroscopy. Thus, it will offer essential data on the physical properties, and the chemical reactivity of graphene.
The elasticity and flexibility property of graphene allows it create large bubbles. The strain and curvature introduced by the bubbles are known to tune the electronic, chemical, and mechanical properties of this material.
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