Fabrication of Graphene from Camphor
Emerging Energy Applications
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Fabrication of Graphene from Camphor provides a short review of recent discoveries in the field of graphene. It’s specifically interested in the synthetization of graphene sheets by naturally available sources of carbon as solid precursors. It delves into three major issues in the field: • The low-cost fabrication process for the development of large-scale graphene using a natural camphor as a solid source of carbon. • The fabrication of graphene-silicon and graphene-silicon nanowire arrays (SiNWAs) Schottky junction near infrared photodetectors (NIRPDs). • The applications of graphene thin film for lithium ion batteries.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction. 2. Graphene sheets from various carbon precursors. 3. Synthesis of graphene by natural camphor. 4. Graphene based photodetectors. 5. A Novel Graphene as an Anodic Material for Lithium-Ion Battery. 6.Perspective.
Harsh Chaliyawala is a Senior Research Fellow at CSIR- National Aerospace Laboratories, Bengaluru, India. Kashinath Lellala is a research associate at Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University.
Govind Gupta is Senior Principal Scientist & Professor at CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, India.
Indrajit Mukhopadhyay is a Professor at Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, India.