(rus. нанореактор, 2D
— a type of nanoreactor whose size in one of the dimensions does not exceed 100 nm and is significantly greater in two other dimensions.
The most common classes of substances used as 2D-reactors are layered double hydroxides
and various graphite derivatives. Unlike 1D-reactors
and 3D-reactors, 2D-reactors are generally used to produce flat (nominally two-dimensional) nanoparticles
of matrix phase, including graphene
, by intercalation of reagents in the interlayer space and subsequent heat or chemical treatment of the material that leads to an increase in the volume of intercalated reagent, as well as exfoliation
of the matrix.
- Goodilin Evgeny A.
- Shlyakhtin Oleg A.