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Carbon Materials

A section of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).

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Carbon materials exhibit significant application potential due to their large specific surface area, low density, high mechanical strength, and characteristic 0D, 1D, 2D, 3D structures. Carbon materials take numerous (allotropic) forms, including graphite, carbon fiber, carbon nanotube, graphene, carbon black, activated carbon, fullerene, diamond, etc.

These forms differ greatly in structure, properties, fabrication method, and applications. Carbon materials are a subject of intense research, and they are among the most versatile materials used in the modern fields of renewable energy and environmental science. Relevant application areas for carbon materials include but are not limited to: catalysis, coatings, electronics, sensors, energy storage, environmental science, medicine, information technology, nuclear materials, structural materials, and quantum materials.

The Section, “Carbon Materials”, could serve as a certain guiding role for the study of carbon-based materials and stimulate a broader range of studies as well, leading to significant progress in this area.

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