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Graphene Nanomaterials by Kal R. Sharma

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Chapter 3

Applications

Chapter Objectives

Ultrafast electronics

Supercapacitors

Desalination

LEDs

Thermal management

Transparent electrodes

Solar cells

Batteries

Anticorrosion coating

Bionic materials

Electromagnetic shielding

Oil spills

Surface modifications

Superconductors

Rapid DNA sequencing

Magnetic sensors

Rusnano

Nanorobots

Nanoscale thermometer

Chemical modification

By 2018, the graphene market is expected to rise to $100 million. According to the BBC, the graphene market is expected to grow to $67 million by the year 2015 and to $675 million by the year 2020. The production value of graphene in 2010 was 28 tons and is projected to grow to 573 tons by 2017. The market for nanotechnology products ...

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