First theorized in 2006 as a derivative of graphene, graphane (also referred to as hydrogenated graphene) is an extended two-dimensional material consisting of a single layer of fully saturated (sp3 hybridization) carbon atoms.1 In 2009, a team that included the University of Manchester researchers who discovered graphene in 2004 reported the hydrogenation and possible synthesis


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