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2D materials to nanocomposites with innovative properties: A Critical Review
  • Tejasvi Bhatia,
  • Anuradha Sandhu
Tejasvi Bhatia
Lovely Professional University Department of Bioengineering and Biosciences

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Anuradha Sandhu
Lovely Professional University Department of Bioengineering and Biosciences
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Abstract

With advancements in polymer sciences, the innovation of two-dimensional nanomaterial-based polymer nanocomposites has come to light. These are a blend of nanoscale materials and polymers that give rise to advanced mechanical, morphological, electrical, and structural properties. Generally, two-dimensional nanomaterials, such as nanofilms, nanosheets, nanoribbons, nanofillers, and carbon nanotubes, are fabricated with a wide range of organic, inorganic, and metal polymers to acquire desirable properties. The chemistry of these nanomaterial-based nanocomposites shows that even a small amount of nanomaterial in the polymer matrix can result in enhanced material properties. The dielectric, conductive and energy storage properties of these materials are also of significant importance. These nanomaterial-based polymer nanocomposites are next-generation materials that will be highly utilized for different purposes. The blend of existing polymers and advanced 2d nanocomposites has proven expeditious solutions to many problems in the world. This review provides details about the mechanical, morphological, and electric properties of two-dimensional nanomaterial-based polymer nanocomposites and their respective characterization techniques.