Alejandro Criado

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The utilization of grown or deposited graphene on solid substrates offers key benefits for functionalization processes, but especially to attain structures with a high level of control for electronics and "smart" materials. In this review, we will initially focus on the nature and properties of graphene on substrates, based on the method of preparation. We(More)
The graphene family has captured the interest and the imagination of an increasing number of scientists working in different fields, ranging from composites to flexible electronics. In the area of biomedical applications, graphene is especially involved in drug delivery, biosensing and tissue engineering, with strong contributions to the whole nanomedicine(More)
In the vast field of functionalization routes to carbon nanoforms, the fulfillment of such critical requirements as quick and nonharsh methods, good dispersibility, introduction of reactive groups, short reaction time, and low cost can be quite challenging. Traditional thermally induced diazonium chemistry on single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) is(More)
The utilization of graphene-based nanomaterials combined with magnetic nanoparticles offers key benefits in the modern biomedicine. In this minireview, we focus on the most recent advances in hybrids of magnetic graphene derivatives for biomedical applications. We initially analyze the several methodologies employed for the preparation of graphene-based(More)
Impressive properties make graphene-based materials (GBMs) promising tools for nanoelectronics and biomedicine. However, safety concerns need to be cleared before mass production of GBMs starts. As skin, together with lungs, displays the highest exposure to GBMs, it is of fundamental importance to understand what happens when GBMs get in contact with skin(More)
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