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16.04.2009

Nature 458, 872-876 (16 April 2009) | doi:10.1038/nature07872; Received 1 October 2008; Accepted 11 February 2009



Longitudinal unzipping of carbon nanotubes to form graphene nanoribbons


Dmitry V. Kosynkin1, Amanda L. Higginbotham1, Alexander Sinitskii1, Jay R. Lomeda1, Ayrat Dimiev1, B. Katherine Price1 & James M. Tour1,2,3




  1. Department of Chemistry,

  2. Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science,

  3. Smalley Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology, Rice University, MS-222, 6100 Main Street, Houston, Texas 77005, USA


Correspondence to: James M. Tour1,2,3 Correspondence and requests for materials should be addressed to J.M.T. (Email: tour@rice.edu).





Graphene, or single-layered graphite, with its high crystallinity and interesting semimetal electronic properties, has emerged as an exciting two-dimensional material showing great promise for the fabrication of nanoscale devices1, 2, 3. Thin, elongated strips of graphene that possess straight edges, termed graphene ribbons, gradually transform from semiconductors to semimetals as their width increases4, 5, 6, 7, and represent a particularly versatile variety of graphene. Several lithographic7, 8, chemical9, 10, 11 and synthetic12 procedures are known to produce microscopic samples of graphene nanoribbons, and one chemical vapour deposition process13 has successfully produced macroscopic quantities of nanoribbons at 950 °C. Here we describe a simple solution-based oxidative process for producing a nearly 100% yield of nanoribbon structures by lengthwise cutting and unravelling of multiwalled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) side walls. Although oxidative shortening of MWCNTs has previously been achieved14, lengthwise cutting is hitherto unreported. Ribbon structures with high water solubility are obtained. Subsequent chemical reduction of the nanoribbons from MWCNTs results in restoration of electrical conductivity. These early results affording nanoribbons could eventually lead to applications in fields of electronics and composite materials where bulk quantities of nanoribbons are required15, 16, 17.



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