Research Student Presentation

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                                        Research Student Presentation


NAME OF THE CANDIDATE          :  Mr. Rahul Tripathi


DEGREE                                                :  Ph. D

TITLE OF THE PRESENTATION   :  Recent Advances in Ultrathin Two-Dimensional



SUPERVISOR                                        :  Prof. Abha Misra

DATE & TIME                                      :  Wednesday, 20th March, 2019 @ 2.30 PM.

VENUE                                                   :  Seminar Hall, Dept. of Instrumentation 

                                                                        and Applied Physics





Since the discovery of mechanically exfoliated graphene in 2004, research on ultrathin two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials has grown exponentially in the fields of condensed matter physics, material science, chemistry, and nanotechnology. Highlighting their compelling physical, chemical, electronic, and optical properties, as well as their various potential applications, in this Review, we summarize the state-of-art progress on the ultrathin 2D nanomaterials with a particular emphasis on their recent advances. First, we introduce the unique advances on ultrathin 2D nanomaterials, followed by the description of their composition and crystal structures. The assortments of their synthetic methods are then summarized, including insights on their advantages and limitations, alongside some recommendations on suitable characterization techniques. We also discuss in detail the utilization of these ultrathin 2D nanomaterials for wide ranges of potential applications among the electronics/optoelectronics, electrocatalysis, batteries, supercapacitors, solar cells, photocatalysis, and sensing platforms. Finally, the challenges and outlooks in this promising field are featured on the basis of its current development.  


                                                          ALL ARE WELCOME


Date(s) - 20/03/2019
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Seminar Hall, Dept. of Instrumentation and Applied Physics
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