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China-based researchers design new method to pre-enrich uranium in seawater using graphene oxide

China-based researchers design new method to pre-enrich uranium in seawater using graphene oxide

Researchers at the Institute of Modern Physics (IMP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), in collaboration with teams from China’s Lanzhou University and Hebei University, have developed a graphene oxide-based method of pre-enriching uranium in seawater by...
Graphene oxide helps use disposable face masks to make better concrete

Graphene oxide helps use disposable face masks to make better concrete

A Washington State University (WSU) research team recently showed that used single-use masks, of the kind made ubiquitous in the pandemic, can be incorporated into a cement mixture (with the help of graphene oxide) to create stronger, more durable concrete. The team...
Researchers shed light on the behavior of graphene oxide at extreme temperatures

Researchers shed light on the behavior of graphene oxide at extreme temperatures

Researchers from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Joint Institute for High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Saint Petersburg State Marine Technical University, Institute of Nanotechnology of...

Researchers develop a graphene oxide aerogel foam to improve all solid state lithium batteries

Researchers from China’s Jiangsu University and Changzhou University have developed a non-ceramic solid-state electrolyte based on a graphene oxide (GO) aerogel framework filled with polyethylene oxide.Li-ion batteries currently perform a key role in electric...
Researchers 3D print graphene-oxide soft robots

Researchers 3D print graphene-oxide soft robots

Researchers from China’s Harbin Institute of Technology have 3D printed a soft robot from graphene-oxide that is capable of moving backward and forwards when exposed to moisture. The scientists combined Direct Ink Writing (DIW) 3D printing and constrained drying...
Tata Steel develops a unique few-layer rGO film material

Tata Steel develops a unique few-layer rGO film material

Tata Steel has developed a new product, a few-layer film of rGO along with its collaborators at CeNS, Bengaluru. The company is now starting to mass-produce the films and offer them to application developers.Figure 1: (a) Digital image of rGO/Cu foil (5 cm2). Contactact...