|Authors / Editors:||Dr. Stanislav Kolisnychenko|
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As a direct development of nanotechnologies, graphene is the first known crystal that has genuine two-dimensional structure (2D). The diversity of properties of graphene has predetermined a wide range of applications of its use in many areas of scientific and practical activities.
The collection “Graphene” consists of papers published by Trans Tech Publications Inc. from 2010 up to 2015 and covers the technology of graphene formation, as well as the application of this unique material to a wide range of technological developments.
The papers are presented in nine chapters:
Chapter 1: Technologies of Graphene Formation;
Chapter 2: Research and Analysis Properties and Quality of Graphene;
Chapter 3: Composites and Polymers Based on Graphene;
Chapter 4: Research and Development of Films, Fibers, Surface and Coating with Use of Graphene;
Chapter 5: Application of Graphene in Photocatalytic Processes and Environmental Engineering;
Chapter 6: Graphene in Biomedical Engineering;
Chapter 7: Using Graphene in Electronics and Photovoltaics;
Chapter 8: Application of Graphene for Sensors and NEMS;
Chapter 9: Using of Graphene in Energy Storage, Fuel Cells and Supercapacitors.
Keywords: Nanotechnologies, Properties and Quality of Graphene, Graphene Based Polymers, Films, Fibers, Photocatalytic Processes, Biomedical Engineering, Energy Storage, Fuel Cells, Supercapacitors
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Editor Stanislav Kolisnychenko presents students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with a four-volume collection of academic papers and scholarly articles focused on Graphene. The editor has organized the contributions that make up the main body of the text in nine chapters over the four parts. Individual chapters are devoted to technologies of graphene formation, research and analysis of properties and quality of graphene, applications of graphene for sensors and NEMS, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
— Fuel cells
— Materials science