Graphene-based hybrid materials: synthetic approaches and properties

Ojha, Kasinath ; Anjaneyulu, Oruganti ; Ganguli, Ashok K. (2014) Graphene-based hybrid materials: synthetic approaches and properties Current Science, 107 (03). pp. 397-418. ISSN 0011-3891

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Carbon has a unique chemistry reflected in its wide presence in the inorganic and organic world - benzene, diamond, graphite, fullerene, carbon nanotubes and now graphene - carbon seems to be at the centre of action in the playground of scientific research. In this review, synthesis and unique properties of graphene and graphene-based composites have been discussed with particular emphasis on the environmentally benign (green) synthetic methods and their wide applications, especially in energy conversion, energy storage, electronics, biomedical and biosensing applications.

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Keywords:Biosensing; Gene Delivery; Graphene Synthesis; Li-Ion Batteries; Supercapacitors; Water Desalination
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