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Title: Heteroatom-doped graphene materials: syntheses, properties and applications
Authors: Wang, Xuewan
Sun, Gengzhi
Routh, Parimal
Kim, Dong-Hwan
Huang, Wei
Chen, Peng
Keywords: DRNTU::Science::Chemistry::Biochemistry
Issue Date: 2014
Source: Wang, X., Sun, G., Routh, P., Kim, D.-H., Huang, W., & Chen, P. (2014). Heteroatom-doped graphene materials : syntheses, properties and applications. Chemical society reviews, 43(20), 7067-7098.
Series/Report no.: Chemical society reviews
Abstract: Heteroatom doping can endow graphene with various new or improved electromagnetic, physicochemical, optical, and structural properties. This greatly extends the arsenal of graphene materials and their potential for a spectrum of applications. Considering the latest developments, we comprehensively and critically discuss the syntheses, properties and emerging applications of the growing family of heteroatom-doped graphene materials. The advantages, disadvantages, and preferential doping features of current synthesis approaches are compared, aiming to provide clues for developing new and controllable synthetic routes. We emphasize the distinct properties resulting from various dopants, different doping levels and configurations, and synergistic effects from co-dopants, hoping to assist a better understanding of doped graphene materials. The mechanisms underlying their advantageous uses for energy storage, energy conversion, sensing, and gas storage are highlighted, aiming to stimulate more competent applications.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CS00141A
Rights: This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence.
Fulltext Permission: open
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