Noah Manz

Noah Manz

Sep 17, 2018

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    About This Project

    Langmuir Blodgett monolayers of polyhalogenated benzene will be polymerized in-situ by photon mediated sigma—>sigma* transitions. The resultants are large conjugated systems which exhibit Graphene characteristics as the molar ratio of Carbon to Hydrogen approaches infinity. I hypothesize that photolysis and polymerization of these monolayers could provide a means to synthesizing large surface area, homogenous Graphene sheets.

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