Electroactive and Optoelectronically Active Graphene Nanofilms

Qijin Chi

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As an atomic-scale-thick two-dimensional material, graphene has emerged as one of the most miracle materials and has generated intensive interest in physics, chemistry and even biology in the last decade [1, 2]. Nanoscale engineering and functionalization of graphene is a crucial step for many applications ranging from catalysis, electronic devices, sensors to advanced energy conversion and storage [3]. This talk highlights our recent studies on electroactive and optoelectronically active graphene ultrathin films for chemical sensors and energy technology. The presentation includes a general theme for functionalization of graphene nanosheets, followed by showing several case studies. Our systems cover redox-active nanoparticles, electroactive
supramolecular ensembles and redox enzymes which are integrated with graphene nanosheets as building blocks for the construction of functional thin films or graphene papers.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2015
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Event1st International Workshop on Engineering and Application of Nanocarbon Materials - Jinan, China
Duration: 1 Feb 20152 Feb 2015
Conference number: 1


Conference1st International Workshop on Engineering and Application of Nanocarbon Materials


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