Scalable Fabrication of Pristine Holey Graphene Nanoplatelet
Rutgers Researchers have developed a novel and scalable approach to fabricate pristine holey graphene nanoplatelets nearly free of defects and metal residues via dry microwave irritation. The hole edges can be controlled to be rich in zigzag geometry, which is the preferred structure for catalytic and electronic applications.
Inventor(s): Huixin He, Keerthi Savaram, Qingdong Li
Keywords(s): Catalysts, Graphene technology
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering, Technology Classifications > Polymers/Composites/Materials, Technology Classifications > Nanotechnology