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Photocatalytic Properties of Graphene is a comprehensive guide that explores the potential of graphene as a photo catalyst. Graphene is a two-dimensional material that has unique electrical, mechanical, and optical properties. It has emerged as a promising candidate for various applications in the field of nanotechnology, including photo catalysis.
The book provides a detailed introduction to the principles of photo catalysis, explaining the mechanisms involved in the process of converting light into chemical energy. It then delves into the specific properties of graphene that make it an ideal candidate for photo catalysis. The authors discuss the methods used to synthesize graphene and how its properties can be tuned for specific applications.
The book also covers the latest research on the use of graphene-based photo catalysts in various applications, such as environmental remediation, energy conversion, and water splitting. The authors discuss the advantages and limitations of using graphene as a photo catalyst and offer insights into the future of this emerging field.
The book is written for researchers and scientists in the fields of materials science, nanotechnology, and environmental science. It is also a valuable resource for graduate students and anyone interested in the potential of graphene for advancing photo catalysis and sustainable technologies.