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NEXT-GENERATION MULTIFUNCTIONAL CARBON-METAL NANOHYBRIDS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS
Wang, D., N.B. Saleh, W. Sun, C.M. Park, C. Shen, N. Aich, W.J.G.M. Peijnenburg, et al.
Environmental Science & Technology 53(13):7265-7287(2019)

This review highlighted the altered and newly emerging properties of carbon-metal nanohybrids (CMNHs) and illustrates how their properties and functions direct their performances in energy harvesting, water treatment, and environmental sensing and in situ nanoremediation. The review identifies knowledge gaps and future research directions for maximizing the benefits of next-generation multifunctional CMNHs at the energy-water-environment nexus and beyond.



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