Graphene and Quantum Dots

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Materials Science 2019 is included Keynote and Speakers sessions on the most recent examination intended to offer extensive worldwide exchanges that address current issues in Materials Science 2019

 

Graphene is an interesting material which is getting a lot of attention since the Nobel Prize of Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov in 2010 for physics, who first isolated Graphene in 2004. Scientists everywhere throughout the world keep on constantly research and patent graphene to take in its different properties and credible applications, which incorporates contact screens, PC chips, batteries, supercapacitors, DNA sequencing, water channels, solar based cells and antennas.

 

Quantum dots are semiconductor nanoparticles that glow a specific color after light illumination. The color in which they glow based on nanoparticle size. Researchers are engaged on the use of quantum dots in displays for applications ranging from cell phone to large screen televisions that would consume less power than current displays.

  • Application of Graphene
  • Graphene Production
  • Graphene in Food and Medicine
  • Graphene products
  • Future of Graphene Research
  • Quantum Dots Production
  • Optical Properties and Potential application of Quantum Dots


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