Three-dimensional graphene and derivative hybrids for electrochemical energy storage
Date of Issue2016-12-30
School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
The research work focuses on the design, fabrication, and characterization of novel three-dimensional carbon-based hybrid materials in order to utilize them in next-generation power tools. Through novel functionalization and structuration, several three-dimensional lattices based on graphene or carbon nanotubes are designed and fabricated. A variety of techniques of both materials and chemical science are used to fully characterize the functional hybrids, and evaluate their application potential as anode or cathode for lithium-ion battery.