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Progress in the preparation and application of three-dimensional graphene-based porous nanocomposites

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Abstract

Due to high specific surface area, excellent conductivity, low mass density, good compatibility and elegant flexibility, three-dimensional graphene composites with interconnected porous structures possess unusual and novel physical and electronic properties, unsurpassed chemical functionalities and other attractive features. Therefore, different three-dimensional graphene-based nanoporous scaffolds have been extensively designed, prepared and investigated for practical applications in lithium-ion batteries, super-capacitors, solar cells, catalysis, thermal management, environment pollution enrichment and separation, and chemical sensors with high performance from both fundamental and technological viewpoints. To present readers with a better understanding of this kind of important porous material, in this feature article, we will highlight the main achievements made in the preparation of 3D graphene micro- and/or nano-architectures and their potential applications in the aforementioned fields.

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Submitted
04 Jan 2015
Accepted
16 Feb 2015
First published
19 Feb 2015

Nanoscale, 2015,7, 5563-5577
Article type
Review Article
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Progress in the preparation and application of three-dimensional graphene-based porous nanocomposites

Z. Yan, W. Yao, L. Hu, D. Liu, C. Wang and C. Lee, Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 5563
DOI: 10.1039/C5NR00030K

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