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"Hello, Marko! I'm interested with carbon nanomaterials too. Please, chek out my profile, maybe it will be interested for you. best regards, Nikolay "
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Marko Spasenovic commented on Marko Spasenovic's blog post Is graphene nano?
"The 3 nm is probably a layer of some other material that has adsorbed to the graphene surface, like water."
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sumanta kumar sahoo commented on Marko Spasenovic's blog post Is graphene nano?
"Hi Marko, as i know the interplanner distance is arround 0.3nm, but some paper discussed by AFM image, a single/bilayer graphene have 3nm or more experimentally. "
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Marko Spasenovic commented on Marko Spasenovic's blog post Is graphene nano?
"Actually, the thickness is (theoretically) 0.3nm. I was just wandering whether people on this site have an interest in graphene, or is "nano" considered to be reserved more for metal, dielectric, and biological particles?"
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"Dear sir, Yes it is. Its thickness(3rd dimension) is about 3nm. "
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Is graphene nano?

I've been working with graphene for over a year now, and before that I was working with photonic nanostructures. For me the transition from nano to graphene was natural. After the initial excitement and a period of learning that comes with a new job, I've recently started to follow my old nano-community again. Although to me it has seemed that the fields of nano and graphene are intertwined, I have now started to think that maybe they are two different worlds. So I think this is the proper…See More
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Medinano 5 was a success

Medinano-5, the fifth installation of the Mediterranean Nanophotonics conference, just ended. This year the conference was held in Barcelona, Spain, and lasted two days. What's great about this series is that it attracts an unusual collection of people that you normally don't see all in the same place. There is also a focus on young group leaders from Mediterranean countries, which opens the opportunity to see some new faces.This year featured keynote talks by Federico Capasso and Michel Orrit,…See More
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Is graphene nano?

Posted on November 9, 2012 at 4:03pm 4 Comments

I've been working with graphene for over a year now, and before that I was working with photonic nanostructures. For me the transition from nano to graphene was natural. After the initial excitement and a period of learning that comes with a new job, I've recently started to follow my old nano-community again. Although to me it has seemed that the fields of nano and graphene are intertwined, I have now started to think that maybe they are two different worlds. So I think this is the proper…

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Medinano 5 was a success

Posted on November 6, 2012 at 6:22pm 0 Comments

Medinano-5, the fifth installation of the Mediterranean Nanophotonics conference, just ended. This year the conference was held in Barcelona, Spain, and lasted two days. What's great about this series is that it attracts an unusual collection of people that you normally don't see all in the same place. There is also a focus on young group leaders from Mediterranean countries, which opens the opportunity to see some new faces.

This year featured keynote talks by Federico Capasso and…

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At 11:51am on October 1, 2013,
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Hello, Marko!

I'm interested with carbon nanomaterials too.

Please, chek out my profile, maybe it will be interested for you.

best regards, Nikolay 

 
 
 

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