What is the actual structure of graphene oxide nanoflakes? This question is important for optimizing the properties of the carbon material in real-world applications, and researchers at CSIRO in Australia have now tried to answer it using machine learning. Their approach uses over 20,000 possible structure candidates to find truly representative models and is very different to existing predictive techniques, which are often based on single or limited numbers of model structures.

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