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The 2D magic material

The possible application range of the 2D-modification of carbon grows steadily. Current research shows promising results for applications as touch screens, water filtration or energy storage. Graphene is widely investigated by numerous research groups around the world.

Companies Graphene

Talga Advanced Materials GmbH c/o General Research GmbH, Germany

Talga Resources Ltd (ASX:TLG) is a technology materials company with a unique, simple and cost-effective process to liberate graphene and nanographite directly from our large, high-quality ore deposits in northern Sweden. By solving the cost and volume issues that have previously stymied commercial more

Sixonia Tech GmbH, Germany

Sixonia Tech is a technology-driven startup company based in Germany, spun-out of the Chair for Molecular Functional Materials at the excellence cluster cfaed at Technical University of Dresden. Our core technology is the electrochemical production and functionalization of large-flake, few-layer more

HydroGraph Clean Power Inc., Canada

HydroGraph Clean Power Inc., previously known as Carbon-2D Graphene Inc., is a Vancouver based company that was formed in 2017 to fund and commercialize a green, cost-effective process to manufacture quality graphene in bulk and to create customized graphene solutions for specific applications. The more

News Graphene

  • Superconductivity switches on and off in “magic-angle” graphene

    With some careful twisting and stacking, MIT physicists have revealed a new and exotic property in “magic-angle” graphene: superconductivity that can be turned on and off with an electric pulse, much like a light switch. The discovery could lead to ultrafast, energy-efficient superconducting  transi more

  • Optomechanics simulates graphene lattices

    The precise control of micro-mechanical oscillators is fundamental to many contemporary technologies, from sensing and timing to radiofrequency filters in smartphones. Over the past decade, quantum control of mechanical systems has been firmly established with atoms, molecules, and ions in the first more

  • How to fire projectiles through materials without breaking anything

    When charged particles are being shot through ultra-thin layers of material, sometimes spectacular micro-explosions occur, sometimes the material remains almost intact. This has now been explained at the TU Wien. It sounds a bit like a magic trick: Some materials can be shot through with fast, elect more

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Videos Graphene

2-D layered devices can self-assemble with precision

Video shows layered, self-assembled graphene oxide sheets with synthetic proteins patterned on squid ring teeth made into an actuator with substantial curvature. The second segment shows the same device using graphene oxide only. There is no movement.Credit: Melik Demirel,/Penn State. more

White papers Graphene

Webinars Graphene

  • Continuous Production Process with Easy Scale Up - Taylor Reactor

    Many face the failures when they scale up from the laboratory to the mass production and this webinar introduces the effective way of the continuous production with easy scale up. Resolve your challenge with the new innovative system called “Taylor Continuous Reactor” for the chemical materials. more

Infographics Graphene

Graphene

You may not have been aware, but this week is Graphene Week 2015, which marks a yearly week-long conference at the University of Manchester based around the emerging science and technological applications of graphene. This seemed as good a time as any to take a look at graphene: what it is, why some more

Definition

Graphene

Graphene ). Notice the step from the substrate at zero height to a graphene flake about 8 angstrom s high, which is on the order of a monolayer . Graphene is a single planar sheet of sp²-bonded carbon atoms. Graphenes are the 2-D counterpart ... more

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