Paper Title
A Review On Graphene And Its Derivatives Based Polymer Nanocomposites For Electromagnetic Interference Shielding

Electromagnetic interference is an undesirable induction triggered by extensive use of alternating current/voltage which tries to produce corresponding induce signal in nearby electronic circuitry to spoil its performance. Electromagnetic interference shielding refers to the reflection and/or absorption of electromagnetic radiation by a material which thereby acts as a shield against the penetration of radiation through the shield. The (derivatives) Graphene, Graphene/polymer composites and CNT- GNS hybrid polymer for EMI shielding is reviewed. Keywords: Electromagnetic interference shielding, Carbon nanotubes, Graphene, Polypropylene, Carbon black