GraphdiyneFundamentals and Applications in Renewable Energy and Electronics
<b>Graphdiyne</b> <p><b>Discover the most cutting-edge developments in the study of graphdiyne from a pioneer of the field</b> <p>In <i>Graphdiyne: Fundamentals and Applications in Renewable Energy and Electronics,</i> accomplished chemist Dr. Yuliang Li delivers a practical and insightful compilation of theoretical and experimental developments in the study of graphdiyne. Of interest to both academics and industrial researchers in the fields of nanoscience, organic chemistry, carbon science, and renewable energies, the book systematically summarizes recent research into the exciting new material. <p>Discover information about the properties of graphdiyne through theoretical simulations and experimental characterizations, as well as the development of graphdiyne with appropriate preparation technology. Learn to create new graphdiyne-based materials and better understand its intrinsic properties. Find out about synthetic methodologies, the controlled growth of aggregated state structures, and structural characterization. <p>In addition to demonstrating the interdisciplinary potential and relevance of graphdiyne, the book also offers readers: <ul><li>A thorough introduction to basic structure and band gap engineering, including molecular and electronic structure, mechanical properties, and the layers structure of bulk graphdiyne</li> <li>Explorations of Graphdiyne synthesis and characterization, including films, nanotube arrays and nanowires, nanowalls, and nanosheets, as well as characterization methods</li> <li>Discussions of the functionalization of graphdiyne, including heteroatom doping, metal decoration, and absorption of guest molecules</li> <li>Rigorous treatments of Graphdiyne-based materials in catalytic applications, including photo- and electrocatalysts</li></ul> <p>Perfect for organic chemists, electronics engineers, materials scientists, and physicists, <i>Graphdiyne: Fundamentals and Applications in Renewable Energy and Electronics</i> will also find its place on the bookshelves of surface and solid-state chemists, electrochemists, and catalytic chemists seeking a one-stop reference on this rising-star carbon material.
1. Introduction<br> 2. Basic Structure and Band Gap Engineering: Theoretical Study of Graphdiynes<br> 2.1 Molecular structure <br> 2.2 Electronic structure <br> 2.3 Mechanical properties<br> 2.4 Layers structure of bulk Graphdiyne <br> 2.5 Band gap engineering of Graphdiyne<br> 3. Graphdiyne Synthesis and Characterization <br> 3.1 Synthesis<br> 3.1.1 Films<br> 3.1.2 Nanotube arrays and nanowires<br> 3.1.3 Nanowalls<br> 3.1.4 Nanosheets<br> 3.1.5 Ordered stripe arrays<br> 3.1.6 Graphdiyne 3D Framework<br> 3.2 Characterization methods<br> 4. Functionalization of Graphdiynes<br> 4.1 Heteroatom doping<br> 4.2 Metal decoration<br> 4.3 Absorption of guest molecules<br> 5. Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Catalytic Applications<br> 5.1 Photocatalyst<br> 5.2 Electrocatalyst<br> 5.3 Other Catalysis<br> 6. Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Rechargeable Batteries Applications <br> 7. Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Solar Cells Applications <br> 7.1 Perovskite solar cells<br> 7.2 Dye-sensitized solar cells<br> 7.3 Quantum dots solar cells<br> 8. Graphdiyne: Electronics, thermoelectrics and magnetism applications <br> 8.1 Electronic devices<br> 8.2 Thermoelectric materials<br> 8.3 Magnetism<br> 9. Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Sensors and Separation Applications<br> 10. Perspectives <br>
Yuliang Li is Professor at the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is the Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He worked as a visiting scholar and visiting professor in the Lab of Organic Chemistry at University of Amsterdam in Netherlands, the Radiation Lab at University of Notre Dame and Georgia Institute of Technology in USA, and Department of Chemistry at The University of Hong Kong. He has published more than 600 peer-reviewed scientific articles and invited reviews. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Second-Class of National Natural Science Award of China (2014, 2002 and 2005), the Second-Class Award of Natural Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences (1999), the First-Class Award of Natural Science of Beijing (2014 and 2004), and The Prize for Scientific and Technological Progress of Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation (2017).
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