Application of carbon nanostructures—Energy to electronics
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A wide variety of carbon nanostructures, from zero-dimensional fullerene through one-dimensional carbon nanotube to two-dimensional graphene, have attracted attention of scientific community worldwide for their exciting properties. Carbon-based nanomaterials have found applications in a vast field—electronics, sensors, biotechnology, energy, structural, etc. We have concentrated our effort in developing new engineering nanomaterials (graphene, carbon nanotubes) and their device applications in the field of energy generation and storage, nanoelectronics, and bio-electronic sensors. This article aims to capture those recent research efforts in synthesis and applications of carbonbased nanomaterials.
KeywordsCurrent Collector Reversible Capacity Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition Emission Device Chemical Vapor Deposition Graphene
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