Special Issue "Multifunctional Graphene-Based Nanocomposites"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2020) | Viewed by 26214
Interests: nanocomposite; nanoparticles; spectroscopy; electronic; semiconductor; conductivity; photocatalysis; nanotechnology; LED device; sensors
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Since the first scotch tape stripping experiment in 2004, graphene has been quickly accompanied by a significant publicity as a groundbreaking material which has the potential to change the world through a new technological revolution. Graphene and graphene-related materials have been the subject of serious research efforts; to date, about 140,000 articles touching this topic are available on Web of Science. There is not only an enormous hype surrounding this material, but real applications and products are starting to appear on the market and the mass industrialization of graphene is imminent.
This Special Issue will attempt to cover the recent advances in designing graphene-based nanocomposite materials, focusing on the synthesis and preparation of functional materials and structures, and specifically emphasizing studies of process–structure–property–function relationships. The demonstration of the performance of a functional material or device should be included in each original research paper. Because the promised future of graphene-based materials is fast approaching, scale-up studies as well as research on fabrication processes and other practical issues related with the viable production or application of these materials are of growing importance and therefore highly attractive for publication in this issue as well. We welcome submissions of both original research papers and reviews on this topic.
Dr. Ivo Kuřitka
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- graphene oxide
- reduced graphene oxide
- layered structure