Two-Dimensional Materials for Electromagnetic Shielding
1. Edition July 2021
XII, 186 Pages, Hardcover
11 Pictures (10 Colored Figures)
This book covers knowledge on shielding mechanisms and hence the demanding physical, chemical and mechanical properties of the novel 2D materials against betrayed electromagnetic waves.
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1.2 Electromagnetic field sources and impact on human beings
1.3 EMI hazards for data security
1.4 Economic aspects and the global market for EMI shielding
1.5 Electromagnetic compatibility regulations and standards
1.6 Materials for EMI shielding
2. EMI SHIELDING MECHANISM & CONVERSION TECHNIQUES
2.2 EMI shielding mechanisms
2.3 Microwave absorption mechanisms
2.4 Scattering parameter conversion methods for calculation of permeability and permittivity
3. MEASUREMENTS AND STANDARDS
3.2 EMI shielding effectiveness (SE) measurements
3.3 SE measurement systems and standards
3.4 Methods and standards
4. GRAPHENE AND ITS DERIVATIVES FOR EMI SHIELDING
4.2 Graphene for EMI shielding
4.3 Graphene as a microwave absorber
5. MXENES AS EMI SHIELDING MATERIALS
5.2 MXenes for EMI shielding
5.3 MXenes as microwave absorbers
6. OTHER 2D MATERIALS
6.2 2D materials beyond graphene and MXenes
7. CONCLUSION AND PERSPECTIVES
Pradeep Sambyal, is the postdoctoral fellow at Materials Architecturing Research Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology.
Aamir Iqbal is PhD student at Materials Architecturing Research Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology.
Dr. Faisal Shahzad is Assistant Professor in National Center for Nanotechnology, Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS).
Junpyo Hong is Ph.D student at Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST).