Electrocatalysis is a special field of electrochemistry and has been received tremendous evolution in the nineties due to its applications in chemistry, industrial, and chemical engineering. Using emerging and advanced materials for electrocatalysis in different applications is a promising field in research and development. Amongst, graphene and its derived nanomaterials are excellent materials to be used as electrocatalysts. Graphene-based nanomaterials are a novel class of nanomaterials that include graphene and its derived materials (prepared via functionalization with inorganic and organic nanomaterials). Extensive studies on their synthesis and applications have been conducted so far in various fields of chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, and applied sciences. Especially, graphene-based nanomaterials have many potential catalytic applications in electrochemical sensing, oxygen and hydrogen evolution, fuel cells, organic transformations, etc. Since the last two decades, incessant efforts of researchers worldwide have resulted in designing and synthesizing more novel graphene-based nanomaterials and have developed more knowledge about their promising catalytic applications in different fields.
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.
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.
About the Editor:
Dr. Manorama, Department of Chemistry, GGV (A Central University), Bilaspur, C. G., India has completed her Ph. D. in Chemistry from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. She has published several papers and book chapters in different international and national journals/books of high repute. Her research interests are largely based in electro analytical chemistry, modified electrodes, electro-/organic catalysis and sensors.
Dr. Vijai K. Rai, Department of Chemistry, GGV (A Central University), Bilaspur C. G., India has completed his Ph. D. in Chemistry from University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India. He has been the recipient of several awards viz. Golden Jubilee Award, NASI, India, D. S. Bhakuni Award, ICS etc., and has published several papers and book chapters in different international journals/books of high repute. His main research area is development of green synthetic routes for new organic molecules using homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts.
Dr. Ankita Rai, Department of Chemistry, School of Physical Sciences, JNU, New Delhi, India has completed her Ph. D. from University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India. She has published several papers and book chapters in different international journals/books of high repute. Her research interests are in synthetic organic chemistry especially environment-friendly organic transformations by developing new synthetic methodologies and new catalytic routes.
nanotecatalysis, Electro catalysis, Electro-organic synthesis, Fuel cells, Graphene Oxide, Metal doped grapheme, Electro catalyst, Organic transformation, organ catalysis, photo electrochemical reaction, sensing technology,
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