Writing in the journal Materials, a team of scientists from the National Institute for Cryogenics and Isotopic Technologies in Romania have investigated the use of iodine-doped graphene oxide as electrocatalysts.
In an article published in the journal Progress in Organic Coatings, researchers synthesized two different graphene nanosheets with distinct oxygen group localization to analyze their effect on the electrical characteristics of graphene/epoxy nanocomposite coatings.
Writing in Ceramics International, a team of researchers from the University of Wollongong in Australia and Zhengzhou University in China have presented a study on the influence of graphene nanoplatelets on geopolymer composites.
Writing in the journal Construction and Building Materials, a team of scientists from China, the USA, and the UK have proposed a novel approach to creating smart cement.
A paper recently published in the journal Materials reviewed the recent developments in graphene-based flexible photodetectors (PDs).
William Blythe Ltd (a Synthomer Group Company), a specialty chemicals and advanced materials manufacturer based in Lancashire, UK, scales up graphene oxide production to meet increased demand for the novel material.̴...
Available exclusively from Goodfellow, NanoRegMed's innovative graphene-based nanocomposite films, Hastalex® and BioHastalex®, are set to solve some of the most important demands in modern medicine, including tissue engineering, skin and nerve regeneration, and cardiac patches.
Researchers reviewed the combination of synergistic phosphorus-based flame retardants (P-FRs) and expandable graphite (EG) in a new study.
Nanomaterials remain a significant growth area with the potential to enable a wide range of next-generation technologies. Although the material is on a nanoscale, most manufacturers incorporate them into some form of intermediate to be used. An emerging area for nanocarbons is making "macro-scale" CNTs. This is a misnomer but is used to encompass CNT yarns, sheets, or veils.
New research demonstrates the feasibility of using graphene to control hydrogen isotopes, specifically tritium.