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HOPGHighly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite
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(2) the possibility to exfoliate HOPG in water, a nonconventional working medium for graphene nanoparticles, that represents an important issue for the applications needing an aqueous solution.
The d(T[G.sub.4]T) self-assembling from single-strand into GQ, influenced by the [Na.sup.+] versus [K.sup.+] ions concentration, was successfully detected using AFM on HOPG, Figure 3(a), and DP voltammetry at glassy carbon (GC) electrode, Figures 3(b) and 3(c) [51].
Freshly cleaved HOPG sheets were employed to serve as the working electrode, and mechanically polished Pt/Ir tips were used as the scanning probe.
Plaque assays performed in 1E3, 1E5, and 1E6 dilutions showed that the hOPG baculovirus stock titer was ~1E6 pfu/mL (Dulbecco and Vogt, 1953).
Actualmente se han documentado HopA (48 kDa), HopB (49 kDa) HopC (50 kDa), HopD (67 kDa), HopH [29], HopF, HopG y HorJ [70].
AFM and scanning tunneling microscope imaging of HOPG goes back to the early days of the instruments.
The ELISA for human OPG (hOPG) was performed according to a method described previously (8).
Last August, several speakers at an STM conference in Baltimore remarked that features of a substrate called highly ordered pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) can muddle interpretations of biomolecular studies.
Highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG; Advanced Ceramics, ZYH grade, mosaic spread = 3.5 [+ or -] 1.5[degrees]) was used as a model electrode for in situ AFM imaging, which was carried out for freshly cleaved HOPG surfaces.
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The work carried out by Geim and Novoselov in 2004 was a simple exfoliation method in which protrusions of highly-oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) were embedded in photoresist and adhesive tape was used to successively peel off layers of graphene [2].
Another set of studies focused on FIB-generated defects on graphite surface, in particular on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) [43], which was found to efficiently trap deposited nanoparticles by dangling bonds [44].