This issue of High Tech Materials TOE showcases some of the major developments in graphene and graphene-based composites across the globe. A few manufacturing processes that would enable improved yield of high quality graphene have been showcased.
A graphene oxide-based membrane that is suitable for water remediation has been discussed. The TOE also highlights a sensor synthesized with graphene, which could disrupt the agricultural segments by monitoring the water movement from roots to leaves in crops. Finally, non allergenic fabrics infused with graphene, which could provide not just comfort, but also modulate the body temperature of the user are also showcased.
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Table of Contents
1. Advancements in Graphene and Graphene Oxide
- Manufacturing Process for Producing Graphene in the Form of Long Strips
- Graphene and Graphene Oxide Hybrid Membrane that Could be Used for Water Desalination
- Graphene Oxide-based Sensors for Measuring Water Movement in Crops
- Manufacturing of Graphene Using Aromatic Compounds
- Non-cyto-toxic Graphene-infused Garments
2. Key Contacts
- Key Contacts