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Aminoazines and their Affinity for Graphite
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Aminoazines and their Affinity for Graphite

Aminoazines and their Affinity for Graphite
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Aminoazines and their Affinity for Graphite

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They look at how 2D and 3D structures of crystalline materials can be designed, using aminoazines and alkanecarboxylic acids absorbed on graphite as the test case, and as the authors say ‘Our results may therefore help identify other families of compounds that dependably favor analogous crystallization in 3D and 2D, possibly even when multiple surfaces are used and when significant epitaxy is not present’

Reproduced by permission from The Royal Society of Chemistry from CrystEngComm Blog at http://blogs.rsc.org/ce/

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