Magic numbers of nanoholes in graphene: Tunable magnetism and semiconductivity
Patterned vacancy clusters (or nanoholes) can modify the electronic structure of graphene, and thereby generate entirely new functionalities. Knowledge of the relative stability of various nanoholes and associated properties is essential for the rational
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