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I am trying to find a reference describing the z(or c) component of the basis vectors for graphene. I seem to recall that there is a slight bend such that half of the atoms lie slightly above the plane. However, every paper I have found references the perfect 2D lattice of Graphene.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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# Graphene: Displacement of atoms out of the 2D Plane

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