Carbonaceous Composite Materials
Eds. Gaurav Sharma, Amit Kumar
Materials Research Foundations Vol. 42
Publication Date 2018, 342 Pages
Print ISBN 978-1-945291-96-8 (release date December 5th, 2018)
ePDF ISBN 978-1-945291-97-5
DOI: 10.21741/9781945291975

All you need to know on current progress in the development, design and utilization of carbonaceous materials in such diverse areas as electronics, medical implants, drug delivery, clean energy, biofuel and pollution control. Emphasis is placed on “engineered carbons” which include fullerenes, graphene, carbon foam, nanotubes, graphene oxide, carbon aerogels, carbon matrix composites, reinforced polymers and many others.

For example, ceramic composites and polymer composites with a carbon matrix represent advanced building materials and are important for moisture resistant walls and paints. Carbon nanotubes, conducting polymers and graphene based materials play a great role in energy storage in form of electrodes for batteries and supercapacitors. Carbon based materials are both used as sources as well as catalysts for bio-fuel production. Biochar can be utilized for soil enrichment and greenhouse gas sequestration and climate control applications. Graphene is extensively used in electronics and bio-medical applications. Graphene oxide, reduced graphene oxide and graphitic carbon nitride are used as photocatalysts for hydrogen production and contaminants degradation.

Keywords
Carbonaceous Materials, Carbons, Graphite, Biochar, Fullerenes, Graphene, Carbon Foam, Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene Oxide, Graphitic Carbon Nitride, Carbon Aerogels, Carbon Matrix Composites, Organic-inorganic Hybrid Materials, Building Materials, Carbon-based Composites, Carbon Matrix Polymer Composites, Conducting Polymers, Clean Energy, Energy Storage, Electrode Materials, Batteries, Supercapacitors, Fuel Cells, Catalysts, Bio-fuel Production, Organic Pollutants, Catalysts, Greenhouse Gas Sequestration, Climate Control, Bio-medical Applications, Biomass Applications, Smart Hybrids, Photocatalysts, Hydrogen Production, Contaminants Degradation, Pollution Control

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Table of Contents


Graphene and Graphene/TiO2 Nanocomposites for Renewable Dye Sensitized Solar Cells
Foo Wah Low, Chin Wei Lai, Christelle Pau Ping Wong


Carbon Based Nanomaterials for Energy Storage
P. Senthil Kumar, K. Grace Pavithra, S. Ramalingam


Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Capped Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes and their Composites
Sumit Sharma, Mandeep Singh


Fullerenes and its Composites
P. Senthil Kumar, G. Janet Joshiba, Abishek Sankaranarayan


Graphene Oxide Composites and their Potential Applications
Deepika Jamwal, Surinder Kumar Mehta, Dolly Rana, Akash Katoch


Bioceramics, Carbonaceous Composite and its Biomedical Applications
Sheeba Nuzhat Khan, Fazal-Ur-Rehman


Purification of Industrial Effluent by Ultrafiltration Ceramic Membrane based on Natural Clays and Starch Powder
Sonia Bouzid Rekik, Jamel Bouaziz, André Deratani, Samia Baklouti


Environmental Detoxification Using Carbonaceous Composites
P. Senthil Kumar, A. Saravanan


Recent Innovation and Advances in Utilization of Graphene Oxide Based Photocatalysis
Ajay Kumar, Manisha Chandel, Anamika Rana, Gaurav Sharma, Deepika Jamwal, Genene Tessema Mola, Amit Kumar


A Critical Review on Spectroscopic Characterization of Sustainable Nanocomposites Containing Carbon Nano Fillers
Teklit Gebregiorgis Amabye, Mabrahtu Hagos, Hayelom Dargo Beyene


Biochar and its Composites
P. Senthil Kumar, P.R. Yaashikaa, Mu. Naushad