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Edge Functionalization of Phosphorene with different Chemical Functional Groups


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Muhammad Ziad1†*, Faheem abbas1†, Muhammad Usman Tahir1, Muhammad Adnan1, Muhammad Ishaq1

Zia ul Mustafa1, Asmat ullah Khan1, Abdul Salam Mudasar1, Shahzad Sharif Mughal2

1Department of chemistry, University of Agriculture Faisalabad 38040, Pakistan

2Department of chemistry, Garrison University Lahore, Pakistan

 These authors contributed equally to this work

*Corresponding author: mziad1563@gmail.com

Submitted Accepted Published
Oct 22,2019 Jan 20,2020 Jan 25,2020

2020 / Vol: 3 / Issue: 1


Abstract


Four allotropes of phosphorus namely, red, violet, white, and black phosphorus (phosphorene) named rendering to their entrance. Phosphorene few or maybe monolayer of black Phosphorus having bags of submissions in optoelectronics and electronic devices. Research is going to its belongings and device presentations has since understood exponential growth. So, we will investigating the tropical development in phosphorene study, moving up on the topics of Electronics and optoelectronics things and uses. We also confer upcoming development investigation and some tasks. We will also highpoint the phosphorene optoelectronic and electronic belongings resulting from phosphorene wrinkly construction which is different from graphene. The new the new properties of phosphorene will be moved design and protest of new devices but extra development joints on resolves to mechanical fences as surface degrading belongings and non-scalable manufacture methods. We temporary define the modern expansions of additional sophisticated project thoughts and application systems which report some of the tasks in black Phosphorus enquiry. This is predictable that attractive material remain to offer great breaks of research and evolution for predictable future. Different EDGE functionalization groups like at H, OH, COOH, and NH2 are studied for chain extent.


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