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YEARS

2012-2015

FUNDING AMOUNT

600000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Graphite has many excellent properties because of its special structure, and has great application prospect in the fields of electronics, information, energy, materials and biomedicine. However, the structural stability of graphene due to high chemical stability, the surface was inert and other shortcomings make the further application of graphene is greatly limited. In view of this, we propose to functionalize the graphene nanostructures, and arrange the nanocrystals with special structure on the surface of the graphene so that it not only has the excellent properties of graphene and nanocrystals, but also the effective combination and special arrangement between graphene and nanostructures It will also give the new properties of nanofunctional graphene to give full play to the excellent properties of graphene and nanocomposite structures and increase its performance control and optimization capabilities to further expand their application areas and expand its direct application , In order to obtain a specific function of graphene nanocomposite structure. At the same time, we will study the application prospect of nano-functionalized graphene materials in the biological field, through the regulation of nanostructures and graphene composite structure, in order to obtain the practical application prospect in biomolecule detection, separation, and antibacterial Of the graphene nanocomposite structure. More... »

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