Baimova, Julia A. (editor)
New carbon materials with improved mechanical, electrical, chemical, and optical properties are predicted and considered to be very promising for practical application. Carbon-based materials in the form of films, fabrics, aerogels, or microstructural materials are known for their large surface areas and pore volumes, light weight, and a great variety of structural morphology. Such unique structures can then be employed for a variety of purposes, for example, the production of new electronic devices, energy storage, and the fabrication of new materials. Nowadays, clear understanding of carbon materials via several examples of synthesis/processing methodologies and properties characterization is required. This Special Issue, “Carbon-Based Materials”, addresses the current state regarding the production and investigation of carbon-based materials. It consists of 13 peer-reviewed papers that cover both theoretical and experimental works in a wide a range of subjects on carbon structures.
Keywordscarbon nanowalls; plasma synthesis; growth mechanism; deposition speed; deposition parameters; deposition temperature; reduced graphene oxide; nitrogen-doping; chemical vapor deposition; physicochemical properties; optical properties; electrical conductivity; graphite platelet coatings; LDPE; thermal expansion coefficient; thermoresistive properties; graphene oxide; organosilanes; grafting; solid state NMR; XRD; ESR; carbon nanotube bundle; plane strain conditions; lateral compression; equilibrium structure; thermal stability; chain model; single crystal diamond; Homoepitaxy growth; 300 torr; graphene; one-side modification; hydrogenation; fluorination; chlorination; CVD mosaic; surface morphology; substrates; energy gap; Dirac velocity; mechanical deformation; critical charge; supercharged impurity; resonant scattering; coordination; metallosupramolecular polymer; active site; carbon materials; oxygen reduction reaction; high volatile coking coal; boron carbide; coking behavior; chemical structure; coke quality; crumpled graphene; Ni-graphene composite; hydrogen; molecular dynamics; storage media; nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes; oxygen reduction reaction (ORR); palladium; chromium removal; Ni–graphene composite; mechanical properties
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Technology: general issues