Bottom-Up-Then-Up-Down Route For Construction of Graphene-ZnS Nanoplates at Low Temperature With Efficient Photocatalytic Activity

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Author(s): Zeng Bin*, Wanfeng Liu, Wujun Zeng.

Journal Name: Nanoscience & Nanotechnology-Asia

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A bottom-up-then-up-down route is proposed to construct graphene-ZnS nanoplates (G-ZnS NP). Graphene-ZnS with hierarchical structure (G-ZnS HS) is first prepared by a “bottom-up” route, and then are transferred to ZnS nanoplates through an “up-down” route by annealing at the low temperature. Photocatalytic activity is investigated and the formation mechanism of G-ZnS NP is supposed. This work provides an effective method for large-scale synthesis of graphene-based two-dimensional nanostructures.

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DOI: 10.2174/2210681209666190220124531
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