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graduation at Chemistry Engineering from Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro (2014) and master's at Chemistry from Universidade Federal de São Carlos (2018). Has experience in Material and Metallurgical Engineering, focusing on Polymers, Applications, acting on the following subjects: sensores and grafeno. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Graphene Quantum Dots (GQD) are graphene fragments consisting of one or a few layer shaving lateral dimensions smaller than 100 nm. GQD possess the appealing characteristics of graphene, viz. high surface area to volume ratio and high electrical conductivity, presenting also photoluminescence properties due to the quantum confinement and edge effects. The first synthesis of GQD was repo...
Graphene is an allotropic form of carbon recently discovered that owns interesting features as high ratio surface area/volume, high electrical and thermal conductivity, high flexibility and mechanical strength and chemical stability. Its characteristics boost an increasing number of researches on this material and its possible technological applications. One of the possible applications...
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