Research: Production of conductive graphene inks
Conductive inks are useful for a range of applications. The advent of the internet of things is predicted to lead to new connectivity within everyday objects, including in food packaging. Thus, there is a clear need for cheap and efficient production of electronic devices, using stable, conductive and non-toxic components. These inks can also be used to create novel composites, coatings and energy storage devices.
A new method for producing high quality conductive graphene inks with high concentrations has been developed by researchers at the Cambridge Graphene Centre. An article about the research is published in ACS Nano (News Item University of Cambridge, 21 February 2017).
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