Dewetting assisted self-assembly/ origami formation and folding of graphene particles
All the unique properties of graphene, which make it, such an invincible material stems from its unique structure, which because of its flexibility can be morphed into different origami forms by application of external forces. The properties of controllable folding and unfolding of graphene can be useful in creating actuators. Whereas 3D stacking can improve the optical, electrical properties many fold and all this can be achieved by virtue of stress engineering of the underlying supporting material. In our present work we try to achieve this with the help of a simple dewetting force.