Exfoliated Graphene for Photothermal Biomedical Applications
When a material’s size is reduced to the nanoscale, it is well understood that in addition to the dramatically increased surface area to volume ratio, new properties emerge distinct from those present in the bulk material. When graphite is exfoliated down to graphene, several altered and highly attractive properties emerge which may enable new photothermal roles as well as allowing significant improvements to existing strategies. One such nanosize tuning...[Show more]
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