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How Universal Is the Wetting Aging in 2D Materials

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How Universal Is the Wetting Aging in 2D Materials. / Chen, Xuan; Yang, Zhibin; Feng, Shizhe; Golbek, Thaddeus W.; Xu, Wanghuai; Butt, Hans Jürgen; Weidner, Tobias; Xu, Zhiping; Hao, Jianhua; Wang, Zuankai.

I: Nano Letters, Bind 20, Nr. 8, 2020, s. 5670-5677.

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Chen, X, Yang, Z, Feng, S, Golbek, TW, Xu, W, Butt, HJ, Weidner, T, Xu, Z, Hao, J & Wang, Z 2020, 'How Universal Is the Wetting Aging in 2D Materials', Nano Letters, bind 20, nr. 8, s. 5670-5677. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c00855

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Chen, X., Yang, Z., Feng, S., Golbek, T. W., Xu, W., Butt, H. J., Weidner, T., Xu, Z., Hao, J., & Wang, Z. (2020). How Universal Is the Wetting Aging in 2D Materials. Nano Letters, 20(8), 5670-5677. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c00855

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Chen X, Yang Z, Feng S, Golbek TW, Xu W, Butt HJ, Weidner T, Xu Z, Hao J, Wang Z. 2020. How Universal Is the Wetting Aging in 2D Materials. Nano Letters. 20(8):5670-5677. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c00855

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Chen X, Yang Z, Feng S, Golbek TW, Xu W, Butt HJ o.a. How Universal Is the Wetting Aging in 2D Materials. Nano Letters. 2020;20(8):5670-5677. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c00855

Author

Chen, Xuan ; Yang, Zhibin ; Feng, Shizhe ; Golbek, Thaddeus W. ; Xu, Wanghuai ; Butt, Hans Jürgen ; Weidner, Tobias ; Xu, Zhiping ; Hao, Jianhua ; Wang, Zuankai. / How Universal Is the Wetting Aging in 2D Materials. I: Nano Letters. 2020 ; Bind 20, Nr. 8. s. 5670-5677.

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title = "How Universal Is the Wetting Aging in 2D Materials",
abstract = "Previous studies indicate that 2D materials such as graphene, WS2, and MoS2 deposited on oxidized silicon substrate are susceptible to aging due to the adsorption of airborne contamination. As a result, their surfaces become more hydrophobic. However, it is not clear how ubiquitous such a hydrophobization is, and the interplay between the specific adsorbed species and resultant wetting aging remains elusive. Here, we report a pronounced and general hydrophilic-to-hydrophobic wetting aging on 2D InSe films, which is independent of the substrates to synthesize these films (silicon, glass, nickel, copper, aluminum oxide), though the extent of wetting aging is sensitive to the layer of films. Our findings are ascribed to the occurrence and enrichment of airborne contamination that contains alkyl chains. Our results also suggest that the wetting aging effect might be universal to a wide range of 2D materials.",
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AU - Feng, Shizhe

AU - Golbek, Thaddeus W.

AU - Xu, Wanghuai

AU - Butt, Hans Jürgen

AU - Weidner, Tobias

AU - Xu, Zhiping

AU - Hao, Jianhua

AU - Wang, Zuankai

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AB - Previous studies indicate that 2D materials such as graphene, WS2, and MoS2 deposited on oxidized silicon substrate are susceptible to aging due to the adsorption of airborne contamination. As a result, their surfaces become more hydrophobic. However, it is not clear how ubiquitous such a hydrophobization is, and the interplay between the specific adsorbed species and resultant wetting aging remains elusive. Here, we report a pronounced and general hydrophilic-to-hydrophobic wetting aging on 2D InSe films, which is independent of the substrates to synthesize these films (silicon, glass, nickel, copper, aluminum oxide), though the extent of wetting aging is sensitive to the layer of films. Our findings are ascribed to the occurrence and enrichment of airborne contamination that contains alkyl chains. Our results also suggest that the wetting aging effect might be universal to a wide range of 2D materials.

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