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Graphene not irritant to skin, study shows

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene not irritant to skin, study shows

A new study shows that graphene itself, unless produced with the use of irritant chemicals, is not irritant to the skin. The finding is of crucial importance to the development and use of artificial and electronic skin, wound healing dressings and skin sensors based on graphene. Although worries of potential...

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2019 closes with new product, projects and research

Marko Spasenovic

2019 closes with new product, projects and research

Graphenea successfully closes the year 2019, looking back on many projects completed, new ones started, a continued streak of published research results and the launch of a new product. We launched new projects together with our industrial and academic partners throughout Europe to satisfy technological and market needs across industries...

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High resolution potassium sensing with GFET

Marko Spasenovic

High resolution potassium sensing with GFET

The presence and quantity of potassium (K+) ions in liquids has been sensed with high resolution and selectivity using graphene field effect transistors (GFET). Quick and reliable measurement of ions at very low concentrations is critical to a range of applications, including food and beverage production, pharmaceutical production, clinical applications,...

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Photonic applications of graphene

Marko Spasenovic

Photonic applications of graphene

Graphene can be used to enhance photonics, as a detector for light, an optoelectronic transceiver, or as part of high-resolution imaging systems. A surprising application of graphene is its use in photodetectors. Light detection capabilities of graphene are inherently limited because a single sheet of the material absorbs only ~2.3%...

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Graphenea launches highly flat monolayer graphene on copper thin film

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea launches highly flat monolayer graphene on copper thin film

Graphenea announces the launch of a new product – highly flat monolayer graphene. The graphene is grown by CVD on copper thin film on a 2” sapphire substrate. With extremely low roughness that is less than 4 nm, this new product is targeted at applications in photonics, high-performance electronics, magnetic...

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