THE FORMATION OF TOPOLOGICAL DEFECTS ON GRAPHITE’S SURFACE
On the basis of experimental data on scanning tunneling microscopy graphite surface on the assumption that the collective nature of the formation of atomically smooth surface of graphite in the cell (7x7) is simulated in a monoatomic layer defects such as disclination, edge dislocation and grain boundary. The simulation results from defects in the monoatomic layer of graphite are significantly different from those observed topological defects in graphene.
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