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Exploring the Synthesis and Applications of Graphene Webinar

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Overview

Graphene is the ultimate two-dimensional material consisting of a single layer of sp2 hybridized carbon. Here we explore different approaches to synthesize this carbon allotrope, ranging from chemical conversion to vapor phase deposition. Briefly, graphite can be converted into graphene oxide (GO) sheets, which readily disperse in water, and then can be reduced by various methods. Due to its unique ability to be solution processed and patterned, GO and chemically converted graphene (CCG) hold promise for applications ranging from sensors to transparent conducting electrodes for flexible solar cells, etc. Chemical vapor deposition onto metal substrates enables the growth of continuous, large-area graphene. The challenges of growing graphene, controlling the number of layers, transferring graphene and some exciting uses such as flash memory and laser scribed graphene for supercapacitors will be discussed.

Areas Covered in the Webinar

  • Carbon Allotropes
  • Routes to graphene: exfoliation, CVD, graphite oxide
  • Solution processing
  • Sensors and transparent electrodes
  • Laser scribed graphene (LSG) and supercapacitors

Who Should Watch?

  • Materials Scientists
  • Device Engineers
  • Graphene and 2D Materials Researchers
  • Physicists

Speaker

Richard B. Kaner

University of California Los Angeles

Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science & Engineering

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