Novel Hybrid Carbon Materials

Novel hybrid materials based on graphene were created by combining organosilica precursors, attractive nanoparticles and biomimetic buildings with graphene oxide matrices. Nanoporous hybrid materials based on graphene from silylated organoprecursors were created utilizing the sol-gel strategy. Subsequently, Hybrid materials got from the enrichment of graphene with attractive nanoparticles were set up by a basic, flexible and reproducible methodology. The hybrid materials were described by a blend of exploratory systems including X-ray diffraction, infrared, μ-Raman, Mossbauer and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopies, thermal analysis, surface area measurements and Transmission electron microscopy. The characterization techniques gave knowledge into the development procedure and structural details of interest of the delivered hybrid structures.