Prof. Kamal Krishna Kar

 

Umang Gupta Chair Professor
Professor, Department of Mechanical En
gineering

and Materials Science Programme
Indian Institute of Technology
Kanpur

Kanpur 208016, UP, India

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Graphene, what a nice material? Graphene, a flat monolayer of sp2 hybridized carbon arranged into honeycomb lattice, has received great attention in scientific community around the globe due to its outstanding properties such as excellent room temperature carrier mobility ~ 200,000 cm2 V−1 s−1, high optical transmittance ~ 97.7%, fracture strength ~130 GPa and excellent thermal conductivity 5000 W m−1 K−1; and it has opened broad areas of research in the nanoscience and technology.1 Graphene has 2D planner structure and also called as a basic building block for all graphitic materials including fullerenes (0D), carbon nanotubes (1D), and graphite (3D), from nanoscale to bulk. The remarkable properties of graphene grab potential application in modern electronic devices such as touch screens, displays, thin-film transistors, thin film photovoltaics and flexible electronics; and in various biomedical applications such as tissue engineering, drug delivery and bio-imaging.

Can we make it as highly transparent, conductive, stable and many more at the same time?