Non-classical nucleation in vapor–liquid–solid growth of monolayer WS2 revealed by in-situ monitoring chemical vapor deposition

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Ultra-large single-crystal WS2 monolayer

A new technique opens a possibility to replace silicon with 2D materials in semiconducting technology.

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What’s next for graphene in the construction industry? Graphene@Manchester’s CEO sheds light on this fascinating topic

Graphene has a great potential in the construction industry, to increase the performance of materials and structures, to reduce costs and to reduce the environmental footprint of one of the world's most polluting industries.After years of R&D, it seems...

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Why you should consider advertising on Graphene-Info in 2022

After years of promises and early research and development efforts, we are finally seeing some initial impact of graphene in a wide range of applications. The graphene market and industry is set for an excellent year in 2022, as...

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Elecjet launches crowdfunding campaign for new graphene power bank

In January 2019, Elecjet announced its plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign for its graphene-enhanced USB-C / A fast charging power bank. Now, Elecjet is back with the Elecjet Apollo Ultra - a 37Wh (10,000mAh) power bank that can...

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Weak bonds a strength in making borophene

Researchers show how borophene, the 2D form of boron, can be grown to simplify its use for applications.

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SmartIR uses graphene to allow satellites to control thermal radiation

SmartIR, a spin-out of the University of Manchester, is working on a graphene-based smart coating for satellites, to allow them to control thermal radiation on demand, depending on whether a satellite’s surface is Earth’s shadow or on the side...

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NEO Battery Materials announces plans to use graphene in its batteries

Canada-based NEO Battery Materials, focused on battery metals and materials, recently stated its plan to use graphene in its batteries.Neo Battery Materials said in a recent announcement that it "intends to implement graphene as a conductive additive when manufacturing...

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Nanotech Energy to build new campus to expand manufacturing capabilities of graphene batteries

U.S-based graphene batteries developer Nanotech Energy is reportedly planning to expand its facilities and develop a 517-acre campus within the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center. The first building is slated to open in Q4 2022.The high-volume facility will significantly increase...

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First Graphene signs collaboration agreement for graphene-enhanced HDPE products

First Graphene has entered into a collaboration agreement with Malaysia-based DSP, a specialist manufacturer of high density polyethylene (HDPE) sheet extrusions.The collaboration will focus on the development of PureGRAPH-enhanced HDPE sheet and welding wire, providing an increase in durability...

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