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      Nanoporous spongy graphene: Potential applications for hydrogen adsorption and selective gas separation 

      Kostoglou, Nikolaos; Constantinides, G.; Charalambopoulou, Georgia; Steriotis, Theodore; Polychronopoulou, Kyriaki; Li, Yuanqing; Liao, Kin; Ryzhkov, Vladislav; Mitterer, Christian; Rebholz, Claus (2015)
      In the present work, a nanoporous (pore width 0.7nm) graphene-based sponge-like material with large surface area ( 350m2/g) was synthesized by wet chemical reduction of graphene oxide in combination with freeze-drying. ...
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      Novel combustion synthesis of carbon foam‑aluminum fluoride nanocomposite materials 

      Kostoglou, Nikolaos; Emre Gunduz, I.; Isik, Tugba; Ortalan, Volkan; Constantinides, Georgios; Kontos, Athanassios G.; Steriotis, Theodore; Ryzhkov, Vladislav; Bousser, Etienne; Matthews, Allan; Doumanidis, Charalabos; Mitterer, Christian; Rebholz, Claus (2018)
      The facile, rapid and bulk production of composite materials consisting of carbon nanostructures doped with metal-based compounds has been a significant challenge for various research areas where such types of materials ...
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      Plasma-Derived Graphene-Based Materials for Water Purification and Energy Storage 

      Natter, Nikolas; Kostoglou, Nikolaos; Koczwara, Christian; Tampaxis, Christos; Steriotis, Theodore; Gupta, Ram; Paris, Oskar; Rebholz, Claus; Mitterer, Christian (2019)
      Several crucial problems, such as rapid population growth and extended demands for food, water and fuels, could lead to a severe lack of clean water and an energy crisis in the coming decade. Therefore, low-cost and ...
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      Short communication: Few-layer graphene-like flakes derived by plasma treatment: A potential material for hydrogen adsorption and storage 

      Kostoglou, Nikolaos; Tarat, Afshin; Walters, Ian; Ryzhkov, Vladislav; Tampaxis, Christos; Charalambopoulou, Georgia; Steriotis, Theodore; Mitterer, Christian; Rebholz, Claus (2016)
      A novel, one-step, wet-free, environmental friendly and high-yield method for producing few-layer graphene powders with large surface areas (up to 800 m2/g) and narrow nanopore sizes (0.7–0.8 nm) using plasma-induced ...