Chinese researchers have developed a new preparation method for hybrid graphene composites by introducing new electrochemical techniques, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
A research team led by Li Xinheng of the Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics has prepared high-performance graphene composites through the new preparation method.
They have acquired MnO2 nanoflowers and polyaniline nanoribbons grown on hybrid graphene by in situ electrochemical techniques.
The new preparation method is reportedly capable of producing high-performance graphene composites at a low cost. It is environmentally friendly and suitable for large-scale industrial production.