Westwater Resources, Inc., an energy materials development company, announced today that independent testing of its ULTRA-PMG™ battery graphite material has shown outstanding resistivity values as a conductive additive.
Graphene is a diamagnetic material, this is, unable of becoming magnetic. However, a triangular piece of graphene is predicted to be magnetic.
Graphenea announces the successful completion of project G4SEMI, funded by the European Commission SME Instrument.
Graphene-based actuators featuring fast and reversible deformation under various external stimuli are promising for soft robotics and MEMS. However, these bimorph actuators are incapable of complex and programmable 3D deformation, which limits their practical application. Inspired from the collective coupling and coordination of living cells, researchers from Jilin University and Tsinghua University proposed a moisture-responsive graphene actuator swarm that has programmable shape-changing capability by patterning the SU-8 inert layer underneath.
Researchers at Loughborough University in the UK have developed a system of detecting and amplifying elusive terahertz waves that will open up a new realm of technological possibilities.
Coinciding with Finland’s third EU presidency, Graphene Week 2019 will be held from 23-27 September at the Marina Congress Centre in Helsinki, Finland.
One customer submitted Kipp Umwelttechnik GmbH a graphite heat exchanger for cleaning. The 31 inner tube surfaces of the 3000 mm long tube bundle heat exchanger were afflicted with extremely hard, multi-layered residues.
Full-cell lithium-ion batteries that are functional and commercially scalable have been successfully assembled and validated for performance, with Archer Exploration Limited’s Campoona graphite at the anode and commercially equivalent materials and chemistries used in the cathode.
Archer Exploration Limited, in collaboration with The University of Adelaide, has developed graphene-based conductive inks derived from Archer’s Campoona graphite deposit.
Graphene has, since its discovery in 2004, been touted as a wonder material capable of revolutionizing many different industries.