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Progress in Chemistry 2011, Vol. 23 Issue (9) :1883-1891    
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Graphene Derivatives: Synthesis and Applications
Wan Wubo1, Zhao Zongbin1*, Fan Yanru1, Hu Han1, Zhou Quan1, Qiu Jieshan1,2*
1. Carbon Research Laboratory, Center for Nano Materials and Science, School of Chemical Engineering, State Key Lab of Fine Chemicals, Dalian Univerity of Technology, Dalian 116024, China;
2. Key Laboratory for Micro/Nano Technology and System of Liaoning Province, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian 116024, China

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Abstract 

As a new member of carbon nanomaterials, graphene has been known as a sharply rising star after the discovery of fullerene and carbon nanotubes. Functionalization, a critical route toward practical application in diverse fields such as materials, physics, chemistry, biology,etc. will enhance intrinsic and/or add new features to graphene. Up to now, a series of methodologies, including hydrogenation,fluorination, functionalization by small organic molecules as well as polymer for the creation of various graphene derivatives with a great many special structures, compositions and properties, have been developed. This review presents a comprehensive outline and state-of-art description of the present research status on the fast development of graphene derivatives in recent years. The biomedical performance of those derivatives has been highlighted, as well as a forward outlook on their applications in various fields.

Contents
1 Introduction
2 Hydrogenation and fluorination of graphene
3 Functionalization by organic molecules
4 Functionalization of graphene with polymer
4.1 Covalent functionalization of graphene with polymer
4.2 Non-covalent functionalization of graphene with polymer
5 Graphene derivatives applied in biological and medicine
5.1 Biocompatibility of graphene
5.2 Synthesis and applications of graphene biological and medical material
6 Conclusions and perspectives

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KeywordsGraphene   Functionalization   Derivatives   Applications     
Abstract

As a new member of carbon nanomaterials, graphene has been known as a sharply rising star after the discovery of fullerene and carbon nanotubes. Functionalization, a critical route toward practical application in diverse fields such as materials, physics, chemistry, biology,etc. will enhance intrinsic and/or add new features to graphene. Up to now, a series of methodologies, including hydrogenation,fluorination, functionalization by small organic molecules as well as polymer for the creation of various graphene derivatives with a great many special structures, compositions and properties, have been developed. This review presents a comprehensive outline and state-of-art description of the present research status on the fast development of graphene derivatives in recent years. The biomedical performance of those derivatives has been highlighted, as well as a forward outlook on their applications in various fields.

Contents
1 Introduction
2 Hydrogenation and fluorination of graphene
3 Functionalization by organic molecules
4 Functionalization of graphene with polymer
4.1 Covalent functionalization of graphene with polymer
4.2 Non-covalent functionalization of graphene with polymer
5 Graphene derivatives applied in biological and medicine
5.1 Biocompatibility of graphene
5.2 Synthesis and applications of graphene biological and medical material
6 Conclusions and perspectives

KeywordsGraphene,   Functionalization,   Derivatives,   Applications     
Received: 2010-12-01;
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WAN Wu-Bei, ZHAO Zong-Ban, FAN Ran-Ru etc .Graphene Derivatives: Synthesis and Applications[J]  Progress in Chemistry, 2011,V23(9): 1883-1891
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