Today, graphene and graphene derivatives such as graphene oxide are widely used in chemical processes such as adsorption. Also graphene oxide-based materials (GOBMs), which are hydrophilic and biocompatible, have wide potential applications in biotechnology and biomedical engineering. We in this chapter begin with a discussion of the structures of graphene and preparation of graphene, which includes some of the graphene to provide methods and then we will explain some applications of graphene such as hydrogen storage in Al subtitutionally doped graphene, wafer-scale graphene-on-Si transistors, graphene for nanoelectronics, large-scale transfer of graphene, and chemical vapor deposition graphene for macroelectronics: transparent conductive films. The devices and methods of synthesis of graphene were investigated. As part of graphene and graphene oxide as adsorbent, we investigated adsorption process at some research that they removed dyes and metals by graphene and graphene derivatives. We introduced some of the isotherm and kinetic models and thermodynamics of the adsorption process.
|Title of host publication||Biopolymer Grafting|
|Subtitle of host publication||Synthesis and Properties|
|Number of pages||43|
|Publication status||Print publication - 1 Jan 2018|
- Applications of graphene
- Environmental application
- Graphene derivatives