A mini review on two-dimensional nanomaterial assembly
two-dimensional materials, assembly, self-assembly, post-synthesis assembly, integrated nanostructures
Two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials have attracted a great deal of attention since the discovery of graphene in 2004, due to their intriguing physicochemical properties and wide-ranging applications in catalysis, energy-related devices, electronics and optoelectronics. To maximize the potential of 2D nanomaterials for their technological applications, controlled assembly of 2D nanobulding blocks into integrated systems is critically needed. This mini review summarizes the reported strategies of 2D materials-based assembly into integrated functional nanostructures, from in-situ assembly method to post-synthesis assembly. The applications of 2D assembled integrated structures are also covered, especially in the areas of energy, electronics and sensing, and we conclude with discussion on the remaining challenges and potential directions in this emerging field.
Tsinghua University Press
Zhiwei Fang,Qiyu Xing,Desiree Fernandez,Xiao Zhang,Guihua Yu, A mini review on two-dimensional nanomaterial assembly. NanoRes.2020, 13(5): 1179–1190