Functionalized Graphene/Polymer Nanofiber Composites and Their Functional Applications

  • Hanan Abdali
  • Abdellah AjjiEmail author
Part of the Carbon Nanostructures book series (CARBON)


Nanofiber composites materials produced by electrospinning may have a very high specific surface area owing to their small diameters, and nanofiber mats can be highly porous with excellent pore interconnection. However, applications using nanofiber composites also require specific properties such as good electrical conductivity, are flame retardant, anti-static and anti-radiative as well. Over the past few decades, the carbon nanomaterial, graphene has been researched widely owing to its intrinsic properties such as large surface area, excellent thermal, electrical, and optical properties in addition to superior chemical and mechanical characteristics needed in specific applications. The chemical functionalization of graphene nanosheet improved its dispersibility in common organic solvents, which is important when developing novel graphene-based nanocomposites. Moreover, graphene may also be functionalized in order to modify its intrinsic characteristics, for example, its electronic properties can be modified to control the conductivity and band gap in nano-electronic devices. Functionalized graphene-based polymer nanofiber composites exhibit a variety of improved, or even new properties such as adsorption performance, anti-bacterial, hydrophobicity and conductivity valued across a wide range of applications in sensors, biosensors, transparent conductive films, high-frequency circuits, toxic material removal, capacitors, spintronic devices, fuel cells, touch screens, flexible electronics and batteries. This book chapter summarizes the recent progress in functionalized graphene-based polymer nanofibers composites, with an emphasis on their applications.


Functionalized graphene Nanofibers Nanocomposite Electrospinning Electrospun polymers Applications 



The authors would like to thank the NSERC (Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada), and ProAmpac, for their support. We are also sincerely grateful to the Saudi Ministry of Education for their financial support to Hanan Abdali.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Chemical EngineeringCREPEC, Polytechnique MontréalMontrealCanada
  2. 2.Ministry of EducationRiyadhSaudi Arabia

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