Graphene-based electroconductive nanohybrids
- Graphene-based electroconductive nanohybrids
- graphene; electroconductivity; hybrid spheres; ionic interaction
- Issue Date
- 2011 한국공업화학회 추계학술대회
- Monodisperse nanospheres with outstanding electro-conductivity, as an alternative to the conventional metal-plated conductive particles, are demonstrated. Recently, our group has found that the conductive nanospheres can be fabricated through simple decoration of monodisperse polymer nanospheres with various nanocarbons including surface-controlled graphite nanosheet. The simple surface modification of nanocarbons has been adapted to fabricate three-dimensional functional materials through various non-covalent interactions, which would be highly useful in designing a medium to control electron or phonon-concerned transport phenomena.
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