Sivaji Ganesan - Sivaji - Origin - 1942 - Moviestore Collection Sivaji is known as one of the greatest actors in Indian history. He was born on December 25, 1922 in Cumbalu, Madurai, Tamil Nadu. He is regarded as one of India's greatest film actors and a.
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In order to provide a better understanding of the formation of nanographene structures during the thermal reduction of graphene oxide (GO), theoretical studies on the interaction between 3,4,9,10-perylene-tetracarboxylic acid (PTCDA), naphthalene-2,7,12,13-tricarboxylic acid (NTA), and phenanthrene-9,10-tricarboxylic acid (PTC) with GO are performed. The results show that during the reduction process, PTCDA, NTA, and PTC are all involved in the formation of nanographene. The reason is that the three compounds can be incorporated into GO in a similar manner during the reduction process. However, on the basis of the calculated electronic structure and frontier molecular orbitals (FMOs), the differences in their ability to transfer electrons are found. The band gaps of nanographene obtained from the FMOs analysis show that the electron transfer ability of GO is greater in the order of PTC > NTA > PTCDA. Also, the migration of electrons occurs to the atoms closest to the FMOs of the oxidized PTC molecules. This observation is in good agreement with the experimental results. The observations suggest that the reduction of GO to form nanographene can be regarded as a reaction-induced conformational transformation.// Licensed to the.NET Foundation under one or more agreements.
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