Editors: Manorama Singh, Vijai K. Rai, Ankita Rai

Graphene-Based Nanomaterial Catalysis

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ISBN: 978-981-5040-50-0 (Print)
ISBN: 978-981-5040-49-4 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2021
DOI: 10.2174/97898150404941220101

Introduction

Graphene-Based Nanomaterial Catalysis compiles knowledge about catalytic graphene-based nanomaterials in a single easy-to-read volume. The text serves to familiarize scholars and professionals with the methods of fabrication of both functionalized and non-functionalized graphene nanomaterials suitable for use in a variety of applications such as electrochemical sensors, oxygen and hydrogen production, fuel cells and organic transformations.

Key Features

- systematic chapters which present the topic in an accessible way that is targeted towards learners

- Accessible information about the fabrication of graphene-based catalysts

- updated knowledge about catalytic applications of graphene-based nanomaterials in electro- and organic catalysis.

- delivers information about recent trends in industry and research.

- covers sophisticated green technologies such as carbon dioxide conversion and solar powered water splitting

- references for further reading

Interested students in material science at undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels in the disciplines of chemical engineering and materials science will highly benefit from the information in this reference. The reference also gives researchers in both industry and academia an opportunity to update their knowledge of graphene-based nanomaterials useful for catalysis.

Preface

- Pp. i-ii (2)
Manorama Singh, Vijai K. Rai, Ankita Rai
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List of Contributors

- Pp. iii-iv (2)

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Introduction of Graphene-based Materials (Structure, Synthesis, and Properties)

- Pp. 1-23 (23)
Mary T. Beleño, Gisela Montero, Benjamín Valdez, Mario A. Curiel, Ricardo Torres*
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Graphene-based Nanomaterials as Organocatalyst

- Pp. 24-42 (19)
Angeliki Brouzgou*
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Graphene Derived Materials as Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction

- Pp. 43-57 (15)
Manisha Malviya*, Amisha Soni, Sarvatej Kumar Maurya
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Graphene as a Support in Heterogeneous Catalysis

- Pp. 58-77 (20)
Dipika Konwar, Prantika Bhattacharjee, Utpal Bora*
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Graphene-Based Nano-materials as Catalyst for the Synthesis of Medicinally Implanted Scaffold 1,2,3-triazoles

- Pp. 78-96 (19)
Jasmin Sultana, Diganta Sarma*
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Carbon Dioxide Conversion to Value-Added Chemicals using Graphene and its Composite Materials

- Pp. 97-113 (17)
Sandeep Kumar*, Nayuesh Sharma, Ajit Sharma, Deepak Kumar
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Metal-Doped Graphene Materials as Electrocatalysts in Sensors

- Pp. 114-129 (16)
H. C. Ananda Murthy*, Nigussie Alebachew*, K B Tan, R Balachandran, Kah-Yoong Chan, C R Ravikumar
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Graphene Based Nanomaterials as Catalyst in Reduction Reactions

- Pp. 130-151 (22)
Leena Khanna*, Mansi, Pankaj Khanna
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Graphene Based Nanomaterials as Catalysts in Solar Water Splitting

- Pp. 152-180 (29)
Bilal Chikh, Imane Ghiat, Adel Saadi, Amel Boudjemaa*
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Catalytic Applications of Graphene Nanomaterials in Organic Transformation

- Pp. 181-205 (25)
Somit Kumar Singh*
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Subject Index

- Pp. 206-212 (7)

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