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Title: Synthesis, properties and applications of graphene doped with boron, nitrogen and other elements
Authors: Rao, C. N. R.
Gopalakrishnan, K.
Govindaraj, A.
Keywords: Chemistry
Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
Materials Science
Doped Graphene
Lithium Battery
Oxygen Reduction Reaction
Oxygen Reduction Reaction
Lithium-Ion Batteries
High-Performance Supercapacitor
Single-Layer Graphene
Anode Materials
Electrocatalytic Activity
Carbon Nanomaterials
Quantum Capacitance
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Elsevier Sci Ltd
Citation: Rao, CNR; Gopalakrishnan, K; Govindaraj, A, Synthesis, properties and applications of graphene doped with boron, nitrogen and other elements. Nano Today 2014, 9 (3) 324-343,
Nano Today
Abstract: Chemical doping of graphene becomes necessary to create a band gap which is useful for various applications. Furthermore, chemical doping of elements like boron and nitrogen in graphene gives rise to useful properties. Since chemically doped graphene is both of academic and technical importance, we have prepared this article on the present status of various aspects of this important class of materials. In doing so, we have covered the recent literature on this subject citing all the major references. Some of the aspects that we have covered are the synthesis of chemically doped graphene followed by properties and applications. The applications discussed relate to gas adsorption, lithium batteries, supercapacitors, oxygen reduction reaction, field emission and photochemical water splitting. Characterization of chemically doped graphene also included. We believe that the article will be useful to all those interested in graphene and related materials and provides the present status of the subject. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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ISSN: 1748-0132
Appears in Collections:Research Papers (Prof. C.N.R. Rao)

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