Wettability of graphene and its control
- Wettability of graphene and its control
- Graphene; Wettability; Water-carbon interaction; Surface topography; Chemical functionalization
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- VOL 23, NO 2-177
- The wettability is one of the most fundamental properties of a material surface. Especially, graphene, twodimensional (2D) surface material in which all the carbon atoms are exposed to the environment, is the
best choice of template to study about the surface wettability. However, most studies have focused on the mechanical and electrical properties of graphene, not the surface wettability. This review article covers the wettability of graphene and provides recent research regarding the engineering of the surface wettability. This paper would be helpful for researchers working in this field and provides perspective for future carbon-liquid interacting applications.
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