Mechanizmy redukcji i utlenienia międzyfazowych nanostruktur fosforenowo-nanodiamentowych w środowisku wodnym - Project - MOST Wiedzy

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Mechanizmy redukcji i utlenienia międzyfazowych nanostruktur fosforenowo-nanodiamentowych w środowisku wodnym

The project involves electrochemical studies of composites formed from phosphorene-nanodiamond nanostructures in an aqueous environment. Over the past decade, 2D nanomaterials, such as graphene, have gained considerable popularity due to the features that allow them to be used as field-effect transistors, photodetectors, phototransistors, solar cells or energy storage devices (batteries, supercapacitors). In 2014, two-dimensional materials were expanded by a monolayer of black phosphorus - phosphorene. The main obstacle to the widespread use of phosphorene is its rapid oxidation and degradation in atmospheric conditions. To increase phosphorus stability, in the project, it will be non-covalently modified with a carbon material, which is a nanodiamond.

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Project's acronym:
FOSDIA
Project's funding:
MINIATURA
Realisation period:
2019-12-19 - 2020-12-18
Project manager:
dr inż. Anna Danuta Dettlaff
Realised in:
Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics
Request type:
National Research Programmes
Domestic:
Domestic project
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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