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Reduced graphene oxide aerogels with adjustable porosity as mesostructured support for catalysts and electrocatalysts

AuthorsCarrera Jiménez, Clara; Hernández-Ferrer, Javier; González Domínguez, José Miguel; Ansón Casaos, Alejandro ; Benito, Ana M. ; Maser, Wolfgang K.
KeywordsGraphene aerogel
Nanodiamond hybrid
Energy storage
Propane dehydrogenation
Issue DateAug-2019
AbstractThe translation of the properties of graphene to 3-D structures is of a great interest for catalysis, electrocatalysis and energy storage. However, graphene is prone to stacking to by van der Waals forces losing its properties and surface area Graphene aerogels can circumvent the stacking problem keeping interesting properties such as high surface area, open macroporosity for the diffusion of bulky molecules, flexibility, mechanical resistance, thermal and electrical conductivity. Here it is shown the possibility to control the porosity, mesostructure and surface chemistry of reduced graphene oxide aerogels and examples are shown about its use as catalyst and electrocatalyst support.
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