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The Graphene Handbook, 2017 edition

Jan 30, 2017

We're happy to announce the fourth edition of Graphene-Info's very own Graphene Handbook, the most comprehensive resource on graphene technology, industry and market - now updated for 2017. Get your copy now to stay current on graphene research, development and market!

Reading this book, you'll learn all about:

  • The properties of graphene
  • Different production methods
  • Possible graphene applications
  • The latest graphene research
  • The current market for graphene materials and products
  • The main graphene challenges
  • Other promising 2D materials

A look into Ionic Industries graphene oxide technology and business

Jan 27, 2017

Ionic Industries logoIonic Industries is an Australia-based graphene developer that was spun-off from Strategic Energy Resources (SER still holds 20% in Ionic) in 2015. Ionic Developed a proprietary Graphene Oxide production process and is developing GO-based materials and applications.

Simon Savage, Ionic's Managing Director, was kind enough to discuss the company's technology and the status of Ionic's GO applications.

Graphene impressions from China, 2017

Jan 19, 2017

The Graphene-Info team spent the last 2 weeks in China, on a trip that included participation in the Printed & Flexible Electronics China 2017 conference, some OLED-related meetings, and a fascinating 2-day visit to the Wuxi Graphene Center.

Wuxi graphene center demonstration room entrance

The Chinese graphene market is somewhat shrouded in mystery, as many specifics remain unknown. We set out to find out more exact details on this interesting graphene industry, and came back quite impressed.

Graphene-Info launches a new Graphene Oxide market report

Jan 05, 2017

We're happy to announce a new market report, Graphene Oxide Market Report. This report, brought to you by the world's leading graphene experts, is a comprehensive guide to the graphene oxide market. Graphene Oxide is an exciting material with promising applications in diverse areas - including energy storage, composite materials, bio-medical, water treatment and more. Graphene Oxide can also be reduced to make conductive graphene flakes (r-GO).

graphene oxide- report cover

Reading this report, you'll learn all about:

  • The difference between graphene oxide and graphene
  • Graphene oxide properties
  • Possible applications for graphene oxide
  • Reduction of graphene oxide to r-GO
  • Available materials on the market

The report also provides:

  • A list of prominent GO research activities
  • A list of all graphene oxide developers and their products
  • Sample graphene oxide implementations
  • Datasheets for over 20 different GO materials
  • Free updates for a year