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Schematic presentation of methods used for the formation of graphene–NP hybrids and different struc...
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(a) Schematic illustration of the charge separation and transfer in the 2D sandwich-like graphene–T...
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(a) Typical FE-SEM image of a VO2–graphene sample prepared by hydrothermal synthesis and reduction ...
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(a) TEM images of the Mn3O4–rGO hybrid; the inset shows the electron diffraction pattern of the Mn3O...
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(a) SEM image of N-doped graphene aerogel (N-GA) supported Fe3O4 NPs (Fe3O4/N-GA), where the red ma...
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(a) Low magnification and (b) high magnification TEM images of Co3O4/N-doped reduced mildly oxidise...
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SEM images of (a) 3D ultrathin derived graphene/Ni foam (UDG/NF) scaffold and (b) NiO/UDG/NF hybrid...
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(a) Dynamic response of Cu2O NWs, rGO–Cu2O, and rGO devices under increasing NO2 exposure. (b) The ...
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(a) High-resolution TEM images of ZnO quantum dots covered by graphene. The graphene shell layer of...
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(a) Schematic diagram to illustrate the two-step solvothermal preparation of the CuCo2O4/N-rGO hybr...
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(a) TEM image of CoFe2O4−rGO hybrid. (b) Phenol degradation using CoFe2O4−rGO/PMS (reaction conditi...
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Different potential applications of graphene–TMO hybrid materials.
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2017, 8, 688–714, doi:10.3762/bjnano.8.74
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