Akanksha Urade

Akanksha Urade

B.Sc. Physics, Chemistry, Maths, M.Sc. Physics, Ph.D., Nanotechnology

Akanksha is a Ph.D. research scholar at the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India. Her research area broadly includes Graphene synthesis by the chemical vapor deposition technique.

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Akanksha also likes to write science articles regarding the latest research in 2D materials, especially Graphene, and reads relevant papers to understand what is being claimed and try to present it in a simplified way.

Her goal is to help every reader understand Graphene Technology, regardless of whether their background is scientific or non-scientific. She believes that everyone can learn - provided it's taught well.

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Articles from Akanksha

The International Standards for Graphene Explained

Graphene Could Help Meet Net Zero Goals: Here's How

How is Hexagonal Boron Nitride (hBN) Used?

Nanotechnology and Dye Sensitized Solar Cells

Are Graphene Batteries the Future?

How to Synthesize Graphene Quantum Dots

White Graphene (hBN) is its Own Wonder Material; Here's Why

How Elemental Analysis Supports Nanomaterials Research

Graphene Analysis with Spectroscopy; A Comparison of Approaches

Integrating Sustainability into Graphene Nanomaterial Synthesis

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