Processing of nanographene platelets (NGPs) and NGP nanocomposites: a review
Jang BZ, and Zhamu A.
J. Mater. Sci., 43(15), 5092-5101 (2008)
Ladislav Kavan et al.
ACS nano, 5(1), 165-172 (2010-12-04)
Commercial graphene nanoplatelets in the form of optically transparent thin films on F-doped SnO(2) (FTO) exhibited high electrocatalytic activity toward I(3)(-)/I(-) redox couple, particularly in electrolyte based on ionic liquid (Z952). The charge-transfer resistance, R(CT), was smaller by a factor...
Ashish Asthana et al.
ACS applied materials & interfaces, 6(11), 8859-8867 (2014-05-23)
Superhydrophobic surfaces resisting water penetration into their texture under dynamic impact conditions and offering simultaneously additional functionalities can find use in a multitude of applications. We present a facile, environmentally benign, and economical fabrication of highly electrically conductive, polymer-based superhydrophobic...
Mohammad-Bagher Ebrahim-Habibi et al.
Scientific reports, 9(1), 1273-1273 (2019-02-06)
Investigation of non-covalent interaction of hydrophobic surfaces with the protein G (PrG) is necessary due to their frequent utilization in immunosensors and ELISA. It has been confirmed that surfaces, including carbonous-nanostructures (CNS) could orient proteins for a better activation. Herein...