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Graphene Science Handbook: Fabrication Methods (Volume 3) by Mahmood Aliofkhazraei

    

Explores Chemical-Based, Non-Chemical Based, and Advanced Fabrication Methods

The Graphene Science Handbook is a six-volume set that describes graphene’s special structural, electrical, and chemical properties. The book considers how these properties can be used in different applications (including the development of batteries, fuel cells, photovoltaic cells, and supercapacitors based on graphene) and produced on a massive and global scale.

Volume One: Fabrication Methods

Volume Two: Nanostructure and Atomic Arrangement

Volume Three: Electrical and Optical Properties

Volume Four: Mechanical and Chemical Properties

Volume Five: Size-Dependent Properties

Volume Six: Applications and Industrialization

This handbook describes the fabrication methods of graphene; the nanostructure and atomic arrangement of graphene; graphene’s electrical and optical properties; the mechanical and chemical properties of graphene; the size effects in graphene, characterization, and applications based on size-affected properties; and the application and industrialization of graphene.

Volume one is dedicated to fabrication methods and strategies of graphene and covers:

  • Various aspects of graphene device process flows
  • Experimental procedures for graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) from graphene
  • Advances in graphene synthesis routes
  • The fabrication of graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) by different methods
  • The synthesis of graphene oxide, its reduction, and its functionalization with organic materials
  • The electrophoretic deposition (EPD) processing of graphene family materials
  • The preparation of graphene using the solvent dispersion method
  • Methods for the preparation of graphene oxide
  • The fabrication and performance of a gate-free graphene pH sensor
  • Advances in wet chemical fabrication of graphene, graphene oxide (GO) and more

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