Manufacturing Graphene and Graphene-based Nanocomposite for Piezoelectric Pressure Sensor Application: A Review

In 1856, the scientist Thompson explained the piezeoresitive behavior of iron and copper for the first time and showed that the resisting of these metals changed with the change of elongation

Musaab Khudhur Mohammed; Amer Al-Nafiey; Ghaleb Al-Dahash

2021

Scholarcy highlights

  • In 1856, the scientist Thompson explained the piezeoresitive behavior of iron and copper for the first time and showed that the resisting of these metals changed with the change of elongation
  • Considering carbon’s role in the chain of life, it is very important to understand the basic structure of graphene and know the electronic http://www.nanobe.org and optical properties, as graphene is considered the mother for many types of carbon structures, such as graphite, fullerenes, and carbon nanotubes
  • Polymer nanocomposites based on carbon black, carbon nanotubes, and layered silicates used for different application such as thermal, mechanical, electrical, and gas barrier properties
  • The technologies used for the collection of graphene have recently been commercially developed, and most of the methods used are chemical vapor deposition
  • In this work, an important graphene as the piezoelectric pressure sensor and the commercial application of graphene were documented in detail

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