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Graphene consists of a planar structure, with carbon atoms connected in a hexagonal shape that resembles a beehive. When graphene is reduced to several nanometers (nm) in size, it becomes a graphene quantum dot that exhibits fluorescent and semiconductor properties. Graphene quantum dots can be used in various applications as a novel material, including display… Read More »Development of a single-process platform for the manufacture of graphene quantum dots
Researchers find new issue complicating fast charging. Read More | Graphene News — ScienceDaily More Graphene news GAC to test its “super-fast-charging battery” in production vehicles Log 9 develops ultra-fast charging battery technology for EVs STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Graphene assists in creating new “smart-window-like” technology GAC Group announces that its Aion V,… Read More »Another reason why batteries can’t charge in minutes
G6 Materials (Formerly called Graphene 3D Lab) has installed a new pilot-scale graphene oxide (GO) reactor at its Ronkonkoma New York facility. G6M says that the new reactor increases the company’s GO production capacity five-fold. The first batch of graphene oxide from the New Reactor was produced on November 26, 2021. Read More | Graphene-Info… Read More »G6 Materials installs a new pilot-scale graphene oxide reactor
Researchers have used direct chemical vapor deposition (CVD) growth of wafer-scale, high-quality graphene on dielectrics for versatile applications. However, graphene synthesized this way has shown a polycrystalline film with uncontrolled defects, a low carrier mobility, and high street resistance; therefore, researchers aim to introduce new methods to develop wafer-scale graphene. In a new report now… Read More »Developing wafer-scale highly oriented graphene on sapphire
First Graphene (FGR) has announced that it has reached a milestone on its program to develop high performing supercapacitor materials. FGR’s recent work has been focused on the development of an optimized bill of materials for a supercapacitor to deliver high energy and power densities. First Graphene has now announced that, in a standard test… Read More »First Graphene announces milestone on supercapacitor materials
UK-based Roadfill develops a technology that combines waste plastic with graphene that is used to repair roads, while cutting CO2 emissions and creating a circular economy. According to the company’s research, its products reduce bitumen (heated petroleum) usage by up to 14%, and last on average 7X longer, which can cut costs for public bodies… Read More »Roadfill succeeds in raising funds for its graphene-enhanced road repair technology
Recent research has shown that the incorporation of graphene-related materials improves the performance and stability of perovskite solar cells. Graphene is hydrophobic, which can enhance several properties of perovskite solar cells. Firstly, it can enhance stability and the passivation of electron traps at the perovskite’s crystalline domain interfaces. Graphene can also provide better energy level… Read More »Researchers demonstrate how graphene can improve perovskite solar cells
Poland-based Advanced Graphene Products S.A. (AGP), a graphene flakes and sheet developer, announced that it will go public, with a listing on the NewConnect market, on November 29th. AGP has an annual capacity of 100Kg for graphene flakes and 150 m2 of large-area graphene sheets. The company is currently preparing to launch a pilot sale… Read More »Advanced Graphene Products to go public next week at the NewConnect market
When physicist Tyler Cocker joined Michigan State University in 2018, he had a clear goal: build a powerful microscope that would be the first of its kind in the United States. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Nanophysics More Graphene news Creating new opportunities from nanoscale materials STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Manipulating… Read More »Lightwave-driven scanning tunneling spectroscopy of atomically precise graphene nanoribbons
The role of reduced graphene oxide as a secondary filler in improving the performance of silica-filled styrene-butadiene rubber compounds
Read More | Synthesis of graphene : nature.com subject feeds More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Graphene assists in creating new “smart-window-like” technology New strategy uses graphene quantum dots to boost catalysts Graphmatech uses its graphene technology to push forward copper additive manufacturing Facilely synthesized nitrogen-doped reduced graphene oxide functionalized with copper… Read More »The role of reduced graphene oxide as a secondary filler in improving the performance of silica-filled styrene-butadiene rubber compounds
NanoMalaysia (NMB), a company under the Malaysian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) set up to promote nanotechnology commercialization activities, has an ongoing collaboration with and UMORIE Graphene Technologies (UGT) that has recently yielded a working prototype of Malaysia’s first graphene-based pouch cell battery to be used in electric vehicles (EV). This full-cell lithium-ion… Read More »NanoMalaysia and UMORIE Graphene jointly develop graphene-based pouch cell battery for EVs
Demonstrating that a material thought to be always chemically inert, hexagonal boron nitride (hBN), can be turned chemically active holds potential for a new class of catalysts with a wide range of applications, according to an international team of researchers. Read More | Graphene News — ScienceDaily More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window… Read More »Can defects turn inert materials into useful, active ones?