D1.1 Powder samples of pristine graphite fluorides (pdf).

D1.2 Powder samples of intercalates of C2Fx (x=0.5, 0.7, 0.85, 0.95) with CH3CN, BrF3, СH2Cl2, C2H4Cl2 (pdf).

D1.3 Powder samples of intercalates of C2Fx (x=0.9) with different inclusions (pdf).

D1.4 Powder samples of graphene with different concentration of defects (pdf).

D1.5 Powder samples of partially hydrogenated graphene (pdf).

D1.6 Intermediate database assessment of new processing technologies (pdf).


D2.1 Sets of semiconductor samples obtained by different methods, with concentrations of impurities, overlapping with the small step of the phase transition insulator – metal (pdf).

D2.2 Development of the methods allowing the precise determination of the impurity-related paramagnetic susceptibility at low temperatures (pdf).

D2.3 Comparative study of the results obtained on the semiconductors in the region of the insulator – metal transition (pdf).

D2.4 Description of the behavior of the spin pairs at low temperatures in other covalent semiconductors like silicon, carbon and silicon carbide (pdf).


D3.1 Samples of   irradiated graphite in a broad range of irradiation doses (pdf).

D3.2 Patterned graphite and decorated graphene (pdf).

D3.3 Patterned graphite prepared with alumina membranes (pdf).

D3.4 Conclusions on irradiation method for inducing nanomagnetism (pdf).


D4.1 Morphology, magnetic ordering and chemical purity (pdf).

D4.2 Structural and magnetic quality of the fluorographite inclusion compounds (pdf).

D4.3 Spectroscopic and micriscopic characterizarion of graphene/ graphite (pdf).

D4.4 Identification of the set of properties for a full quantitative description of the relation between bonding geometry and electronic structure of magnetic semifluorinated graphene (pdf).

D4.5 Structural characterization of germanium in the vicinity of metal-insulator transition (pdf).

D4.6 Conclusions on the experimental characterization methods (pdf).


D5.1 The relation between spin concentration and fluorine content of samples for different inclusion compounds; determination of the superparamagnetic cluster size in terms of number of interacting spins (pdf).

D5.2 The relation between magnetism and defect content (pdf).

D5.3 Comparison of the temperature dependencies for SQUID and ESR measurements on fluorinated graphite, irradiated graphite, modified germanium, transmutation doped semiconductors (pdf).

D5.4 Description of magnetic behaviour near the metal-insulator transition (pdf).

D5.5 Images of nanopatterned magnetic graphite (pdf).

D5.6 ESR signal attribution of graphene defects (pdf).

D5.7 Comparison of the SQUID and ESR measurements on magnetic graphene (pdf).


D6.1 The fluorine patterns in graphite fluorides determined from quantum-chemical simulation of the NEXAFS spectra of experimental samples (pdf).

D6.2 Energy and electronic structure of graphite fluorides obtained from DFT calculations (pdf).

D6.3 Electron spin density distribution in the models of graphite fluoride (pdf).

D6.4 Theory for the induced magnetic ordering in underfluorinated graphite (pdf).

D6.5 Calculated profiles of vacancies and adatom distributions in the frames of The Stopping and Range of Ions in Matter approach for a set of energies and irradiation doses (pdf).

D6.6 Model of interplane and intraplane interactions in the periodic AB-stacked graphite structure (pdf).

D6.7 Calculations of relative abundance of single and double vacancies in irradiated graphite and their influence on magnetic properties (pdf).

D6.8 Description of the mechanisms for impurity-related paramagnetic susceptibility (pdf).

D6.9 Predictions for the ageing effects of carbon magnetism (pdf).

D6.10 Simulation of doping effects in semiconductors (pdf).


D7.1 Creation and maintainance of the Project Webpage (pdf).

D7.2 Final Workshop (pdf).