Preparations, Properties, Applications, and Prospects
Graphene: Preparation, Properties, Applications and Prospects provides a comprehensive introduction on the science and engineering of graphene. The book is composed of 9 chapters, including a discussion on what graphene is, detailed descriptions of preparation procedures, applications based on respective properties, including electrical, chemical, mechanical, thermal and biomedical, and reviews on materials derived from graphene (graphene derivatives) and other layered materials.
- Provides differentiation on two kinds of graphene, graphene with highly-crystalline layers and reduced graphene oxide with highly-defective layers
- Thorough reviews a wide variety of preparation procedures of two kinds of graphene, including the formation of graphene foams, films and horns, and the doping of foreign atoms
- Contains a comprehensive review of electrical, chemical, mechanical, thermal and biomedical properties and applications based on these properties
|auteur:||Inagaki, Michio; Kang, Feiyu; Tsujimura, Seiya; Takai, Kazuyuki|
|Afmetingen:||235 x 191|
Gives a foundational and robust understanding of the preparation, structure, properties and applications of graphene, its related materials, derivatives and future prospects