Construction of Wound-like Structure of Graphene / Nano-metal Oxide and Electrochemical Performance of Composites View Homepage


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YEARS

2012-2015

FUNDING AMOUNT

600000 CNY

ABSTRACT

In view of the intercalation reaction activity of metal oxides, this project proposes the idea that nanometer metal oxides are supported on the surface of graphene oxide and prepared into a wound structure. The use of graphene as a substrate, the use of hydrolysis and hydrothermal method of nano-metal oxide on the surface of graphene oxide, and then use the self-winding technology to carry nano-metal oxide oxide graphene made of wound Composites. In this paper, the loading process of nano-metal oxide on the surface of graphene oxide was studied. The self-winding technique of making grained graphene on the surface of nano-metal oxide was carried out. Mechanism and its laws, and clarify the mechanism of the structure of the wound structure to the electrochemical reaction performance of the composites. This project not only can realize the new concept of graphene composites in structural design, but also can realize the new technology of graphene and nano metal oxide compound, and provide new ideas and methods for enhancing the intercalation performance of metal oxide. With the help of the construction of the wound structure, based on the function of different nano metal oxides, this project will provide basic research for the development of new graphene composites, which has important academic value and application prospect. More... »

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