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The Effect of Pressure on the Synthesis of Graphene Layers in the Flame

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The results of the study of the formation of graphene layers in the flame in premixed flame propane or butane-oxygen mixture on a nickel substrate at atmospheric pressure and low pressure are given. The influence of the ratio C/O and supply quantity of argon on the formation of graphene layers were researched. It is shown that in the flame of propane and butane on a nickel substrate is observed under these conditions the formation of predominantly 3 - 10 layers of graphene.

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Prikhodko, N. , Auyelkhankyzy, M. , Lesbayev, B. and Mansurov, Z. (2014) The Effect of Pressure on the Synthesis of Graphene Layers in the Flame. Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 2, 13-19. doi: 10.4236/msce.2014.21003.

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