Graphene-based fuel cells for an environmentally friendly future
is made of carbon atoms only around one atom thick. Essentially, it is a single layer derived from graphite - a natural material many artists use for sketching with. To the right we can see the geometrically uniform, simple structure of graphene - in a hexagonal lattice. This material is not only aesthetic to look at on the atomic scale, but a promising material for use in sustainable technologies.
Dr. Prabhuraj utilizes graphene to create increasingly sustainable fuel cells for a low carbon future, helping to reduce battery waste and support sustainability.
Many of us have heard of hydrogen cars which derive energy from hydrogen fuel cells instead of fossil fuels, yet, for these sustainable technologies to become more common, enhanced performance is needed.