Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні, 2015, 6 (4), 413-448.

Оксид графену:одержання, властивості, застосування (огляд)



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/hftp06.04.413

N. A. Havryliuk, E. N. Shevchuk, G. P. Prikhod’ko, M. T. Kartel

Анотація


Оксид графену – новий каркасний вуглецевий матеріал з високою питомою активною поверхнею, утвореною шарами графіту, краї яких вкриті широким спектром функціональних кисневмісних груп. Ці групи, разом з вуглецевими вакансіями і дефектами, одержаними в процесі окиснення, виявляють властивості активних центрів в каталітичних реакціях та при взаємодії з різними наночастинками. Основну увагу в огляді зосереджено на хімії оксиду графену, його синтезі, структурі, фізичних та хімічних властивостях, можливих застосуваннях, оскільки він має велике наукове і технологічне значення, як одна із форм окисненого вуглецю та як прекурсор для різних графенових похідних і композитів.

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оксид графену; відновлений оксид графену; біоміметичні наноматеріали; хімія поверхні

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