Advanced Graphene & 2D Materials

2D materials (2D allotropes of several elements or compounds) also mentioned as single layer materials are crystalline in nature containing single layer of atoms. These materials find its application in semiconductors, electrodes, water purification and photovoltaic. Graphene, the global first 2-D carbon material also called as “wonder material” is a transparent material with one atom thick sheet. Graphene shows unique properties such as high efficient electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, and current density are hundred times stronger than steel. It is the most ideal material for applications such as extremely strong composite materials, flexible displays and nano-transistors. The worldwide graphene market is predictable to range USD 278.47 Million by 2020, with a development of 42.8% from 2015 to 2020 in electronic devices, composite materials, semiconductor materials and battery technologies. Graphene based composite materials are available for commercial purpose in tennis rackets, bikes and skis. The projecting energy associated areas where graphene will have an effect is sun powered solar cells, supercapacitors, catalysis and lithium-particle batteries.

  • 2D heterostructures and superstructures
  • Graphene analogs
  • Applications of carbon in energy
  • Carbon nanotubes and graphene
  • Carbon dots
  • Benefits of 2D materials
  • 2D topological materials
  • Graphene materials
  • Graphene polymer batteries
  • Graphene Composites
  • Flexible displays
  • Nanotransistors
  • Supercapacitors


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