|Authors||Das, A. ; Heinrich, G.|
Graphene rubber nanocomposites
Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials, Kobayashi, S.; Müllen, K., ed.
|Abstract||Definition: Graphene–rubber nanocomposites are the elastomeric materials which are developed by the use of graphene or oxidized form of graphene sheets as filler materials in soft rubber matrix.<br /><br />Graphene is a two-dimensional carbon allotrope consisting of single layers of SP2 hybridized carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal honeycomb lattice. In graphite these layers are attached together with a space gap of 0.335 nm. Graphene is a unique material as it possesses a combination of different superphysical properties which is not known to very usual to other materials. <br /><br />Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials<br />ISBN 978-3642296475|
|Citation||Springer (2015) 894-897|