Researchers from Hawaii develop super-long ultra-pure graphene film

posted May 7, 2011, 12:30 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
Dr. Atul Tiwari, an associate researcher at University of Hawaii (UH Mānoa) developed a synthetic procedure to create a graphene sheet - that does not require a binder. The new method can be used to manufacture super long graphene films,  and the procedure can be adopted to manufacture this sheet continuously as roll-to-roll.
The film can also be dissolved completely in a solvent by adopting an ultra-sonication technique or be rolled between the two sheets of paper and thus can be transported without the need of special shipping and packaging.

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