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1. Carbon and its new allotropes: Fullerene, Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene
2. Non-volatile memories based on graphene based nanomaterials
3. Graphene Supercapacitors: when material drives innovation
4. The Graphene's cousins from dream to reality: critical review
5. Graphene and Spintronics, the good match?
6. Graphene, microelectronics/nanoelectronics and more than that...
Graphene and Related Nanomaterials: Properties and Applications outlines the physics and the applications of graphene-related materials, including graphene, graphene oxide and carbon nanotubes. The first chapter introduces the physics of graphene and related nanomaterials. The following sections deal with different applications spanning from gas sensors to non-volatile memories and supercapacitors. The book also covers spintronics for graphene. In each chapter, specific applications are explained in a detailed way. This book will appeal to materials scientists and engineers looking to understand more about the nature of graphene and how it is currently being used.
- Explains how particular physical properties of graphene make it suitable for specific applications
- Explores current applications in sensing and energy
- Assesses the challenges of using carbon nanomaterials in engineering and evaluates future opportunities
- Appeals to materials scientists and engineers looking to understand more about the nature of graphene and how it is currently being used
Materials Scientists and Engineers working in graphene and other carbon nanomaterials
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- © Elsevier 2017
- 16th October 2017
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"This is an outstanding book on graphene and related materials, including carbon nanotubes, graphene oxide (GO), and reduced graphene oxide (R-GO). Four chapters cover the fabrication, fundamental properties, and characterization of carbon-based materials and devices. This book will be useful for researchers working in graphene materials in the applied physics, chemistry, and materials science areas." --MRS Bulletin
His research interests include graphene, carbon nanotubes, spintronics, and new nanomaterials for energy and energy storage. He is an R&D manager and nanomaterial/technology expert
Head of the nanomaterial team, Thales Research and Technology, France
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