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Graphene : fundamentals and emergent applications

Author: Jamie H Warner; Fransizka Schaffel; Mark Rummeli; Alicja Bachmatiuk
Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2013.
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Providing fundamental knowledge necessary to understand graphene's atomic structure, band-structure, unique properties and an overview of groundbreaking current and emergent applications, this new handbook is essential reading for materials scientists, chemists and physicists. Since the 2010 physics Nobel Prize awarded to Geim and Novosolev for their groundbreaking work isolating graphene from bulk graphite, there  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Llibres electrònics
Electronic book
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Warner, Jamie H.
Graphene.
Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2013
(DLC) 2012038909
(OCoLC)806020240
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jamie H Warner; Fransizka Schaffel; Mark Rummeli; Alicja Bachmatiuk
ISBN: 9780123948274 0123948274 9781283836890 1283836890
OCLC Number: 820723106
Description: 1 online resource (461 pages)
Contents: Front Cover --
Graphene: Fundamentals and Emergent Applications --
Copyright --
Contents --
Chapter 1 --
Introduction --
1.1. ABOUT THE BOOK --
REFERENCES --
Chapter 2 --
The Atomic Structure of Graphene and Its Few-layer Counterparts --
2.1. GRAPHENE --
2.2. BILAYER, TRILAYER AND FEW-LAYER GRAPHENE --
2.3. RELATIONSHIP OF GRAPHENE TO CARBON NANOTUBES --
2.4. OTHER LAYERED 2D CRYSTALS --
2.5. NANOSTRUCTURED GRAPHENE --
REFERENCES --
Chapter 3 --
Properties of Graphene --
3.1 --
Electronic Properties --
3.1.1. INTRODUCTION --
3.1.2. THE BAND STRUCTURE OF GRAPHENE. 3.1.3. TRANSPORT EXPERIMENTS IN GRAPHENE --
REFERENCES --
3.2 --
Chemical Properties of Graphene --
3.2.1. INTRODUCTION --
3.2.2. COVALENT FUNCTIONALISATION OF GRAPHENE --
3.2.3. NONCOVALENT FUNCTIONALISATION OF GRAPHENE --
3.2.4. SUMMARY --
REFERENCES --
3.3 --
Electron Spin Properties of Graphene --
3.3.1. INTRODUCTION --
3.3.2. SPIN AND MAGNETISM IN GRAPHITE --
3.3.3. MAGNETISM AND SPIN IN GRAPHENE --
3.3.4. SUMMARY --
REFERENCES --
3.4 --
The Mechanical Properties of Graphene --
3.4.1. ELASTIC PROPERTIES AND INTRINSIC STRENGTH --
3.4.2. ADHESION, TEARING AND CRACKING OF GRAPHENE. 3.4.3. THE ROLE OF DEFECTS AND STRUCTURAL MODIFICATION ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES --
3.4.4. GRAPHENE DERIVATIVES --
3.4.5. GRAPHENE-BASED COMPOSITES --
REFERENCES --
3.5 --
The Thermal Properties of Graphene --
3.5.1. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY --
REFERENCES --
Chapter 4 --
Methods for Obtaining Graphene --
4.1 --
Mechanical Exfoliation --
4.1.1. INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICAL EXFOLIATION --
4.1.2. MICROMECHANICAL EXFOLIATION --
4.1.3. MECHANICAL CLEAVAGE OF GRAPHITE --
4.1.4. MECHANICAL MILLING OF GRAPHITE --
4.1.5. SUMMARY --
REFERENCES --
4.2 --
Chemical Exfoliation. 4.2.1. INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL EXFOLIATION --
4.2.2. REVIEW OF CHEMICAL EXFOLIATION --
4.2.3. DIFFERENT TYPES OF GRAPHITE --
4.2.4. DIFFERENT TYPES OF SOLVENTS --
4.2.5. DIFFERENT TYPES OF SONICATION --
4.2.6. HOW TO CHARACTERISE CHEMICALLY EXFOLIATED GRAPHENE --
4.2.7. OTHER 2D CRYSTALS --
4.2.8. SUMMARY --
REFERENCES --
4.3 --
Reduced Graphene Oxide --
4.3.1. GRAPHENE OXIDE --
4.3.2. CHEMICAL REDUCTION OF GRAPHENE OXIDE --
4.3.3. HEAT TREATMENT OF GRAPHENE OXIDE --
4.3.4. ELECTROCHEMICAL REDUCTION OF GRAPHENE OXIDE --
4.3.5. SUMMARY --
REFERENCES. 4.4 --
Bottom-up Synthesis of Graphene From Molecular Precursors --
4.4.1. INTRODUCTION --
4.4.2. SOLUTION-BASED APPROACHES --
4.4.3. SOLUBILISATION STRATEGIES --
4.4.4. SOLVOTHERMAL SYNTHESIS AND SONICATION --
4.4.5. CHEMO-THERMAL BASED APPROACHES --
4.4.6. SELF-ASSEMBLY OF GRAPHENE OXIDE NANOSHEETS --
REFERENCES --
4.5 --
Chemical Vapour Deposition Using Catalytic Metals --
4.5.1. INTRODUCTION --
4.5.2. CHEMICAL VAPOUR DEPOSITION (CVD) BASICS --
4.5.3. SUBSTRATE SELECTION --
4.5.4. SUBSTRATE PRE-TREATMENT --
4.5.5. GRAPHENE OVER NI AND CU --
4.5.6. EARLY GROWTH.
Responsibility: Jamie H. Warner, Franziska Schaeffel, Alicja Bachmatiuk, Mark H. Rümmeli.

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