alexa Graphene-Based Nanoarchitectures. Anchoring Semiconductor and Metal Nanoparticles on a Two-Dimensional Carbon Support.
Materials Science

Materials Science

Research & Reviews: Journal of Material Sciences

Author(s): Prashant V Kamat

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Graphene based two-dimensional carbon nanostructures serve as a support to disperse catalyst nanoparticles. Reduced graphene oxide is used as a support to anchor semiconductor and metal nanoparticles. Such a design strategy would enable the development of a multifunctional catalyst mat. This Perspective focuses on the interaction between graphene oxide−semiconductor (TiO2, ZnO) and graphene oxide−metal (Au, Pt) nanoparticles and discusses potential applications in catalysis, light energy conversion, and fuel cells.

This article was published in J PhysChemLett and referenced in Research & Reviews: Journal of Material Sciences

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