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Frontispiece: Covalently Modified Graphenes in Catalysis, Electrocatalysis and Photoresponsive Materials

Frontispiece: Covalently Modified Graphenes in Catalysis, Electrocatalysis and Photoresponsive Materials
José Raúl Herance, Sergio Navalón, Hermenegildo García, Mercedes Álvaro
The state of the art of covalently modified graphenes for applications such as the use as recoverable photo-, electrocatalysts as well as in nonlinear optics and to improve mechanical resistance and solubility of graphenes. The properties and characterization techniques of graphenes relevant to their use as supports and those general reactions and starting substrates to obtain the modified graphene conjugates are detailed, as well as the preparation and properties of covalently modified graphene depending on their use as catalyst, photocatalyst, photoresponsive material, non-linear optics, electrocatalyst and other uses. For more details see the Review by S. Navalón, H. García et al. on page 15244 ff.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201786162

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