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2014-2016

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250000 CNY

ABSTRACT

As two-dimensional carbon nano-materials, graphene has widely application for its excellent physical and chemical properties. Recently, to assemble individual graphene into macroscopic flexible films, hybrids as well as porous foams in a certain manner, while maintain the nano-effects of which, has become an efficient and effective approach towards scale-up application of graphene. Porous graphene macro-assembly has many advantages in energy related areas due to the effective prevention of irreversible accumulation of graphene sheets. However, the porous graphene macro-assemblies prepared by current methods are usually disorderly arranged in the three-dimensional (3D) space, and the aperture and porosity of which are uncontrollable, which will significantly limit its macroscopic mechanical and electric/thermal properties. This project aims at the controllable synthesis of graphene oxide and polymer template. Graphene oxide/polymer template composite membrane will be prepared by vacuum assisted filtration. Anisotropic 3D graphene porous materials with controllable distribution of pore size and porosity are obtained by the following carbonization to remove the template. Furthermore, a systematic correlation between the micro-structure and macro-electrochemical performance of the material will also be set up, so as More... »

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