GRAPHITE '14: No graphene fits all

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Standardisation is desirable for the graphene industry, which is as riddled with confusion and misinformation as it is with groundbreaking research activities. But this does not mean that there will be one type of graphene for all applications, according to a panel of industry experts.

No single type of graphene will be suitable for all possible applications of the nanocarbon 'wonder material', delegates at the 4th Industrial Minerals Graphite and Graphene Conference in Berlin, Germany, were told today.

A panel of experts on graphene, which is usually described as a single layer of carbon atoms derived...

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