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Graphene News — Graphene oxide

Graphenea opens new graphene oxide pilot plant

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea opens new graphene oxide pilot plant

Graphenea announces the opening of its new graphene oxide (GO) pilot plant with 1 tonne per annum production capacity. Although Graphenea is already producing GO dispersion, powder, and films, the new plant significantly increases production capacity, simultaneously allowing for higher quality and batch-to-batch reproducibility. The plant houses in-line quality control...

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Graphenea reduces prices of graphene products for another year in a row

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea reduces prices of graphene products for another year in a row

As it does at the beginning of each year, Graphenea announces another significant price reduction this year as well. The price of CVD films has dropped 15% on average this January, and the price of graphene oxide (GO) is being reduced by 30% on average. CVD films are being offered...

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Graphene for catalysis

Marko Spasenovic

Catalysis plays a major role in today’s society, impacting an estimated 90% of all commercially produced chemical products. Generating about a trillion USD in products worldwide, catalysis is used in energy processing (petroleum refining, steam reforming, automotive catalytic conversion, fuel cells), bulk and fine chemical manufacturing, food processing, and environmental...

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Graphene reduces wear of alumina ceramic

Marko Spasenovic

Ceramics, hard crystalline solids, have been utilized by mankind for thousands of years, with earliest applications in pottery. In modern times, new ceramic materials were developed for use in advanced ceramic engineering, for example as semiconductors. One popular ceramic is alumina, an oxide of the metal aluminium. Alumina has for...

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Graphene senses DNA hybridization and kills bacteria

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene, among the many interesting predicted applications, is an excellent material for biosensing and medical purposes. Graphenea's scientific team collaborated with researchers from France's CNRS and SENSIA SL to utilize graphene as a DNA biosensor and to destroy harmful bacteria.   Image: Detection of DNA hybridization with the help of...

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