Graphene nanohybrids: excellent electromagnetic properties for the absorbing and shielding of electromagnetic waves
Graphene has been long sought-after over the past few decades because of its multiple functions and broad applications in various fields, such as energy, information, medicine, military equipments, and aerospace. In particular, it has been significantly reported in electromagnetic wave absorbing and shielding fields, promoting it as the most cutting-edge topic. Herein, we systematically comb the structures and electromagnetic functions of graphene hybrids. We demonstrate the advances in the microwave response mechanism, including relaxation, charge transport, magnetic resonance, and eddy currents, as well as magnetic-dielectric synergistic effects. Furthermore, our review mainly focuses on graphene-dispersed systems, flexible graphene papers, graphene hybrids, and 3D graphene architectures.
- This article is part of the themed collections: Recent Review Articles, International Year of the Periodic Table : Low Dimensional Carbon Systems and 2018 Journal of Materials Chemistry C HOT Papers