19 Tables, black and white; 52 Illustrations, color; 107 Illustrations, black and white
Graphene's nickname `miracle material' normally means the material superior properties. However, all these characteristics are only the outward manifestation of the wonderful nature of graphene. The real miracle of graphene is that the specie is a union of two entities: a physical - and a chemical one, each of which is unique in its own way. The book concerns a very close interrelationship between graphene physics and chemistry as expressed via typical spin effects of a chemical physics origin. Based on quantum-chemical computations, the book is nevertheless addressed to the reflection of physical reality and it is aimed at an understanding of what constitutes graphene as an object of material science - sci graphene - on the one hand, and as a working material- high tech graphene - for a variety of attractive applications largely discussed and debated in the press, on the other.The book is written by a user of quantum chemistry, sufficiently experienced in material science, and the chemical physics of graphene is presented as the user view based on results of extended computational experiments in tight connection with their relevance to physical and chemical realities. The experiments have been carried out at the same theoretical platform, which allows considering different sides of the graphene life at the same level in light of its chemical peculiarity.
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