graphite graphene composites from the recovered spent

Electrospun Graphene Oxide

reported works in literature [4–6]. In general, graphite–graphene oxide conversion process can be summarized down into three steps [7]. First, the conversion of graphite into graphite intercalation compound (H2SO4–GIC), then, as a second step, H2SO4–GIC is converted into

Covalently functionalized graphene composites:

Owing to their implications in devices and sensors, the interactions between graphene and organic molecules, especially PI;-PI; interactions, have also been extensively investigated. Herein we present a mechanistic study of the interfacial fluorescence quenching and its recovery processes between a pyrene derivative, 1-(aminohexyl)-1-pyrenebutyricamide (4) as a fluorophore and nanometer

An Urgent Call to Spent LIB Recycling: Whys and

Other than above applications, graphite has been efficiently reused for dye removal and polymer‐graphite film preparation using the recovered separator and graphite from spent LIBs. [ 44, 45 ] It is important to note that the possible impurities may present in the spent graphite during regeneration are residual cathode materials along with elemental Cu, Fe, Al, etc.

What is the Difference Between Graphene Oxide and

Graphite has been used for several different purposes since the 1500s; however, most importantly, graphite has lead to the discovery of graphene. Graphene is defined as a one-atom-thick carbon sheet in a hexagonal lattice structure or as single-layered graphite.

Synthesis and Modification of Pristine Graphene Composites

Synthesis and Modification of Pristine Graphene Composites Jennifer L. Bento, Ph.D. University of Connecticut, 2016 Abstract Graphene, a 2D allotrope of carbon, is of great interest due to its exceptional electrical, thermal, and mechanical properties. After

A Comprehensive Review of Graphene

This paper provides a comprehensive review of the present trends in graphene research with an emphasis on graphene-based nanocomposites and their applications. Various synthesis routes have recently been devised for mass production of graphene to address

Graphene

2017/3/14Graphene-based composites produced by the incorporation of graphene into suitable semiconductors doped with various metals enable to induce the unique properties of the graphene, such as extended light absorption range, charge separation, and so high dye adsorption capacity. Therefore, graphene-based composites can provide to enhance the overall photocatalytic performance of the

Antidegradation Property of Alginate Materials by Riveting

17 Nowadays, alginate fibers are considered as one of the most promising alternative fibrous materials due to their superior properties, such as biocompatibility, intrinsic flame retardancy, radioresistance, antibacterial properties, etc.(1−8) Alginate, composed of a (1–4)-linked β-d-mannuronic acid (M) block and α-l-guluronic acid (G) blocks with a random arrangement in the backbone, is an

Graphene oxide

2014/7/9Graphene oxide-rare earth metal-organic framework composites for the selective isolation of hemoglobin. Liu JW(1), Zhang Y, Chen XW, Wang JH. Author information: (1)Research Center for Analytical Sciences, College of Sciences, Northeastern University, Shenyang 110819, China.

Copper/graphene composites: a review

2019/6/11Graphene, a single layer of covalently bonded sp 2-hybrised carbon atoms, arranged in a two-dimensional, hexagonal lattice, has attracted significant attention as a nanofiller due to its exceptional electrical (1.5 10 4 cm 2 /Vs, []), thermal (5 10 3 W/mK, []) and mechanical (1 TPa Young's modulus and 130 GPa tensile strength, []) properties.

The success story of graphite as a lithium

In case of graphite, the sp 2 hybridized graphene layers are linked by rather weak van der Waals forces and π–π interactions of the delocalized electron orbitals. 33 These layers can be stacked either in the thermodynamically more stable ABAB sequence with

An Urgent Call to Spent LIB Recycling: Whys and

Other than above applications, graphite has been efficiently reused for dye removal and polymer‐graphite film preparation using the recovered separator and graphite from spent LIBs. [ 44, 45 ] It is important to note that the possible impurities may present in the spent graphite during regeneration are residual cathode materials along with elemental Cu, Fe, Al, etc.

(PDF) The production of concentrated dispersions of few

The production of concentrated dispersions of few-layer graphene by the direct exfoliation of graphite in organosilanes Nanoscale research letters, 2012 Jose Kenny Download PDF Download Full PDF Package This paper A short summary of this paper 37 Full

Covalently functionalized graphene composites:

Owing to their implications in devices and sensors, the interactions between graphene and organic molecules, especially PI;-PI; interactions, have also been extensively investigated. Herein we present a mechanistic study of the interfacial fluorescence quenching and its recovery processes between a pyrene derivative, 1-(aminohexyl)-1-pyrenebutyricamide (4) as a fluorophore and nanometer

Covalently functionalized graphene composites:

Owing to their implications in devices and sensors, the interactions between graphene and organic molecules, especially PI;-PI; interactions, have also been extensively investigated. Herein we present a mechanistic study of the interfacial fluorescence quenching and its recovery processes between a pyrene derivative, 1-(aminohexyl)-1-pyrenebutyricamide (4) as a fluorophore and nanometer

Re

2019/4/15In our work, graphene oxide (GO), recovered from spent graphite anode via Hummers method, was added into LiFePO 4 regeneration hydrothermal reaction. Through compensating Li + into Li-deficient vacancy without considering the Li/Fe ratio and reducing GO to form reduced GO (RGO) simultaneously, high-performance LiFePO 4 /RGO composite was re-synthesized [ 39 ].

Re

2019/4/15In our work, graphene oxide (GO), recovered from spent graphite anode via Hummers method, was added into LiFePO 4 regeneration hydrothermal reaction. Through compensating Li + into Li-deficient vacancy without considering the Li/Fe ratio and reducing GO to form reduced GO (RGO) simultaneously, high-performance LiFePO 4 /RGO composite was re-synthesized [ 39 ].

Graphite/Graphene Composites from the Recovered Spent

Exploring electrochemically chapped graphite/graphene composites derived from the bulk carbon rod of the spent Zn/carbon primary cell is for the advanced high-capacity lithium-ion battery anode. It is found that the synthesized graphitic carbon has grain boundary defects with multilayered exfoliation. Such material exhibits an average specific capacity of 458 mA h g–1 at 0.2 C, which is

Re

Herein, a novel closed-loop regeneration process simultaneously from spent LiFePO 4 cathode and graphite anode is proposed. Spent LiFePO 4 cathode material is first successfully regenerated through Li + compensation and structure reshaping via hydrothermal method, and then graphene oxide is recovered from spent graphite anode via Hummers method.

Li‐ion Capacitor via Solvent‐Co‐Intercalation Process from

The battery‐type electrode, graphite, is recovered from a spent Li‐ion battery (LIB) and serves as an anode, active along with a commercial activated carbon cathode. The assembled LIC with a co‐intercalation mechanism could deliver a maximum energy density of ∼46.40 Wh kg −1 at ambient temperature conditions.

The α

2020/8/3The α-Fe 2 O 3 /graphite composites were prepared by a thermal decomposition method using the expanded graphite as the matrix. The α-Fe 2 O 3 nanoparticles with the size of 15–30 nm were embedded into interlayers of graphite, forming a laminated porous nanostructure with a main pore distribution from 2 to 20 nm and the Brunauer−Emmett−Teller surface area of 33.54 m 2 g −1.

Synthesis of high‐quality graphene oxide from spent

Synthesis of high‐quality graphene oxide from waste graphite recovered from spent mobile phone batteries was investigated. Graphite powders were easily removed from the anodic copper foil of lithium ion batteries opposed to being sent to landfills.

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o Graphene aerogel composites o Graphene conductive hydrogels o Graphene/carbon nanotube aerogels o Graphene magnetic aerogels • Intercalated graphite Whilst graphene has been known since the 1940s, it was not until 1994 that researchers were able to

Synthesis of high‐quality graphene oxide from spent

Synthesis of high‐quality graphene oxide from waste graphite recovered from spent mobile phone batteries was investigated. Graphite powders were easily removed from the anodic copper foil of lithium ion batteries opposed to being sent to landfills.

Synthesis of high‐quality graphene oxide from spent

Synthesis of high‐quality graphene oxide from waste graphite recovered from spent mobile phone batteries was investigated. Graphite powders were easily removed from the anodic copper foil of lithium ion batteries opposed to being sent to landfills. Graphene oxide

Frontiers of Membrane Desalination Processes for Brackish

A few electrode–polymer composites [457,458] and titania-assisted carbon composites [409,459] have also shown the capability for inhibiting Faradaic reactions. However, the amount of attached titania on the electrode surface should be controlled within a certain range to not reduce capacitance by blocking electrode pores [ 460 ].

Synthesis, characterization, and performance of graphene

Graphene oxide (GO) and phosphorylated graphene oxide (PGO) have been synthesized from graphite electrode waste (GrW) or spent pot lining (SPL) from industrial aluminum wastes. The graphite waste was successfully recovered from the industrial aluminum wastes by alkaline and acid leaching method. The GO was then synthesized according to modified Hummers method in room temperature. The

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