Tag: Graphene

Investigating the Effect of Temperature on Thermal Properties of Graphene

For many potential applications in nanotechnology, graphene’s thermal and mechanical endurance is essential. Applying stresses more than 15% can alter the band structure of the material. We ascertain the temperature dependence of the volume thermal expansion, bulk modulus, and thermal expansion coefficient of graphene using the equation of state...
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The Study on the Graphene and its Health Effect

The goal is to look at the health implications of using graphene, which could be beneficial or harmful. This research will examine graphene risk information in order to identify potential environmental and health issues. It serves as a roadmap for future graphene risk research. The research will focus on...
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Study on Pseudo-Biological Highly Performance Capillary-welded Hybrid Diameters Silver Nanowires Transparent Electrodes for Optoelectronic Devices

In the field of optoelectronic devices, graphene/silver nanowire composite sheets have a lot of potential as transparent conductive electrodes. Antioxidant and junction resistance reduction have been two main factors in silver nanowire electrode research so far. A pseudo-biologically inspired structure for transparent electrodes was presented in this research by...
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An Overview of Graphene Based Application

Graphene, a two-dimensional material with an atom’s thickness, has some surprising properties (hyperdensity, intrinsic mobility millions of times greater than silicon, high thermal and electrical conductivity, large surface area, is nearly 200 times stronger than steel, harder than diamond, and is extremely flexible and elastic) that have resulted in...
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