Adsorption of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide on the modified graphene surfacesAuthor(s):
This paper presents the function and application of graphene and its derivatives in the field of adsorption. Graphene applications in toxic gases sensor and adsorption is major field of research. Structural properties of graphene make it a useful material for all of the above applications. The adsorption properties of graphene make it a commendable material in surface chemistry. Thus, graphene-based materials provide a huge thrust to the pollutant absorbent industry. Based on the application of graphene in controlling different pollutants by utilizing its adsorbent properties, this work stresses upon the useful applications of graphene in the context of adsorption of toxic gases. It is observed that PG surface is unfavourable for CO2/CO adsorption because of positive value of adsorption energies. After the doping of Li-atom this PG becomes suitable candidate for adsorption. Physisorption of both the gases is observed over Li-PG.Pages: 185-187 | Views: 306 | Downloads: 130Download Full Article: Click Here
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4-2-17. Adsorption of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide on the modified graphene surfaces. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2021;3(2):185-187.