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Fundamentals and Applications in Renewable Energy and Electronics

Li, Yuliang (Editor)


1. Edition November 2021
400 Pages, Hardcover
240 Pictures (240 Colored Figures)

ISBN: 978-3-527-34787-2
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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Delivers a practical and insightful compilation of theoretical and experimental developments in the study of graphdiyne.

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1. Introduction
1.1 The Development of Carbon Materials
1.2 Models and Nomenclature
1.3 Brief Introduction of Graphdiyne
2. Basic Structure and Band Gap Engineering: Theoretical Study of GDYs
2.1 Structures
2.1.1 Theoretical Prediction and Classification
2.1.2 Geometric Structures of GDYs
2.2 Electronic Structures
2.2.1 Dirac Cones in a-,ß-, and 6,6,12-Graphynes
2.2.2 Semiconductor Properties of ¿-Graphynes
2.2.3 Electronic Structures Comparison of GDYs
2.2.4 Structure and Size Based Electronic Properties
2.3 Mechanical Properties
2.3.1 Mechanical Properties of GDYs
2.3.2 Mechanical Properties of ¿-Graphyne
2.3.3 Mechanical Properties of ¿-Graphdiyne
2.3.4 Mechanical properties of ¿-graphynes family
2.4 Layers Structure of Bulk GDYs
2.4.1 Stacking Modes for Bilayer a-Graphyne
2.4.2 Stacking modes for bilayer ¿-graphyne
2.4.3 Stacking Modes for Bilayer ¿-Graphdiyne
2.4.4 Identification on the Stacking Structures of GDY
2.5 Band Gap Engineering of GDYs
2.5.1 Influences of Nonmetal Doping
2.5.2 Influences of Chemical Modification and Functionalization
2.5.3 Tunable Band Gap under Strain
2.5.4 Graphyne Nanoribbons under Strain or Electric Field
3. GDY Synthesis and Characterization
3.1 Synthesis
3.1.1 Basic Chemistry
3.1.2 Synthesis of GDY Related Molecular Fragments
3.1.3 Cu-Surface-Mediated Synthesis
3.1.4 Template Synthesis
3.1.5 Interfacial Synthesis
3.1.6 Vapour-liquid-solid (VLS) Growth
3.1.7 Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) Growth
3.1.8 Explosion Approach
3.2 Characterization
3.2.1 Raman spectroscopy
3.2.2 X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS)
3.2.3 X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS)
3.2.4 Microscope Technology
3.2.5 X-ray Diffraction (XRD) Technique
3.2.6 Others
3.3 Summary
4 Functionalization of GDYs
4.1 Heteroatom Doping
4.1.1 Nitrogen and Phosphor Doping
4.1.2 Halogen Doping
4.1.3 Sulphur, Boron, Hydrogen and Other Non-Mental Heteroatoms
4.1.4 Dual Heteroatom Doping
4.2 Metal Decoration
4.2.1 Metal Atomic Decoration
4.2.2 Metallic Compounds
4.3 Absorption of Guest Molecules
5 Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Catalytic Applications
5.1. Graphdiyne-based zero-valent metal atomic catalysts
5.1.1 Synthetic strategy for GDY-based ACs
5.1.2 Adsorption Geometry and Electronic Structures of GDY-based ACs
5.1.3 Morphology and valence states of GDY-based ACs
5.1.4 Application of GDY-based ACs
5.2 GDY-based heterojunction catalysts
5.2.1 Hydrogen evolution reaction on GDY-based heteros
5.2.2 Oxygen evolution reaction on GDY-based heterojunction
5.2.3 Photo-/photoelectrocatalytic oxygen evolution reaction
5.2.4 Applied for overall water splitting
5.2.5 Applied for other catalysis
5.3 Graphdiyne Based Metal-free catalysts
5.3.1 Applied for water splitting
5.3.2 Applied for Oxygen Reduction Reactions
5.3.3 Applied for photocatalysis
6 Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Rechargeable Batteries Applications
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes
6.3 Graphdiyne Derivatives for LIB Anodes
6.4 Sodium Ion Battery Anodes
6.5 Electrochemical Interface
6.5.1 Protection for LIBs anodes
6.5.2 Protection for LIB cathodes
6.6 Lithium-Sulfur Battery
6.7 Lithium metal anodes
6.8 Supercapacitor Electrodes
6.9 Fuel cells
7. Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Solar Cells Applications
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Perovskite Solar Cells
7.2.1 Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Interfacial Layers
7.2.2 Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Active Layer
7.3 Organic Solar Cells
7.4 Others
7.4.1 Quantum Dots Solar Cells
7.4.2 Dye-sensitized solar cells
7.5 Future Perspectives
8 Graphdiyne: Electronics, thermoelectrics and magnetism applications
8.1 Electronic Devices
8.2 Optic Devices
8.3 Thermoelectric Materials
8.4 Magnetism
9. Graphdiyne-Based Materials in Sensors and Separation Applications
9.1 Sensors
9.1.1 Biomolecules Sensor
9.1.2 Small Molecule Detection Sensor
9.1.3 Other sensors
9.2 Separation
9.2.1 Gas separation
9.2.2 Oil/Water separation
9.3 Conclusion and Perspective
10. Perspectives
10.1 Chemical Synthesis Methodology and Aggregate Structures of Graphdiyne
10.2 Controllable Preparation of Highly Ordered Graphdiyne
10.3 Basic Physical Properties and Applications of Graphdiyne
Yuliang Li is Professor at the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is the Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He worked as a visiting scholar and visiting professor in the Lab of Organic Chemistry at University of Amsterdam in Netherlands, the Radiation Lab at University of Notre Dame and Georgia Institute of Technology in USA, and Department of Chemistry at The University of Hong Kong. He has published more than 600 peer-reviewed scientific articles and invited reviews. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Second-Class of National Natural Science Award of China (2014, 2002 and 2005), the Second-Class Award of Natural Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences (1999), the First-Class Award of Natural Science of Beijing (2014 and 2004), and The Prize for Scientific and Technological Progress of Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation (2017).