Exploring Two-dimensional Crystals with Atomic Thickness from Molecular Design and Global Structure Search
Surface Modification for Engineering the Intrinsic Magnetic Properties of Inorganic 2D Nanomaterials
Solid-state Synthesis of Two-dimensional Layered Crystals
Liquid Phase Synthesis of Two-dimensional Crystals: from Top-down to Bottom-up
Growth of Inorganic Two-dimensional Heterostructures Based on Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
The Investigations of Mono-element Two Dimensional Materials by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy/Spectroscopy
Synchrotron Radiation Spectroscopic Techniques for Two-dimensional Materials
Inorganic Two-dimensional Nanomaterials for Electrocatalysis
Two-dimensional Nanomaterials for Applications in Flexible Supercapacitors
Flexible Two-dimensional Nanomaterials for Lithium-ion Batteries Applications
Two-dimensional Nanomaterials—An Ideal Platform to Understand Photocatalysis
Two-dimensional Nanomaterials as Promising Candidates for Thermoelectric Applications
About this book
Inorganic 2D nanomaterials, or inorganic graphene analogues, are gaining great attention due to their unique properties and potential energy applications. They contain ultrathin nanosheet morphology with one-dimensional confinement, but unlike pure carbon graphene, inorganic two-dimensional nanomaterials have a more abundant elemental composition and can form different crystallographic structures. These properties contribute to their unique chemical reaction activity, tunable physical properties and facilitate applications in the field of energy conversion and storage.
Inorganic Two-dimensional Nanomaterials details the development of the nanostructures from computational simulation and theoretical understanding to their synthesis and characterization. Individual chapters then cover different applications of the materials as electrocatalysts, flexible supercapicitors, flexible lithium ion batteries and thermoelectrical devices.
The book provides a comprehensive overview of the field for researchers working in the areas of materials chemistry, physics, energy and catalysis.