In its conducting form, carbon has proven to be a versatile, robust and high performing electrode material in areas such as energy conversion, energy storage and even medical bionics. In our laboratories we have been interested in the fabrication and utilization of nanostructured electrodes based on more recently discovered forms of carbon. These include carbon nanotubes and graphene.
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Wallace, G. G., Chen, J., Li, D., Moulton, S. E. & Razal, J. M. (2010). Nanostructured carbon electrodes. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 20 (18), 3553-3562.