IDTechEx: UK firm's liquid exfoliation process turns natural graphite into pristine graphene

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Family-owned Thomas Swan has been in the chemicals business for nearly 90 years, but turned its hand to graphene about four years ago and is now targeting markets including printed electronics and touchscreens.

Thomas Swan is producing graphene targeted at printed electronics, energy storage and touch screens. 
Source: Yutaka Tsutano

A UK-based chemicals firm has developed a liquid exfoliation technique for turning natural graphite into graphene suitable for high-tech uses ranging from conductive inks to touchscreens.

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