Macroscopic 3D Nanographene with Dynamically Tunable Bulk Properties (pages 5083–5087)
Juergen Biener, Subho Dasgupta, Lihua Shao, Di Wang, Marcus A. Worsley, Arne Wittstock, Jonathan R. I. Lee, Monika M. Biener, Christine A. Orme, Sergei O. Kucheyev, Brandon C. Wood, Trevor M. Willey, Alex V. Hamza, Jörg Weissmüller, Horst Hahn and Theodore F. Baumann
Version of Record online: 31 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.201202289
Polymer-derived, monolithic three-dimensional nanographene (3D-NG) bulk material with tunable properties is produced by a simple and inexpensive approach. The material is mass-producible, and combines chemical inertness and mechanical strength with a hierarchical porous architecture and a graphene-like surface area. This provides an opportunity to control its electron transport and mechanical properties dynamically by means of electrochemical-induced interfacial electric fields.