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  • n. Plural form of graphene.


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  • Posted on: Monday, 9 November 2009, 07: 26 CST Researchers at Purdue scientists synthesize graphene-like material Two-dimensional carbon layers, so-called graphenes, are regarded as a possible - Articles related to Scientists aim to generate power from air flow around moving vehicles

  • For example, the thermal transfer properties of graphenes extend beyond those of carbon black, making graphenes useful for applications in plastics that are heat sensitive and require a good conductor of heat.

  • XG Sciences develops and sells xGnP® graphenes into a number of applications.

  • "XG Sciences has been working with graphenes for six years," said Michael Knox, XG chief executive officer.

  • Because the particles are flat, graphenes can also be used as a barrier layer to reduce gas transfer in packaging applications.

  • Although both are made from carbon atoms, graphenes, because of their unique shape and structure, provide different application opportunities from standard carbon black.

  • Our expertise in carbon black production, surface treatment and material science makes us a natural fit for delivering performance in automotive plastics, electronics packaging, advanced batteries and other applications with graphenes.

  • And where do they plan on getting graphenes cost effectively

    ZDNet UK Highlights

  • Though graphene itself is a hot topic, Prof. Rao was thinking about graphene analogues like those graphenes made from layered inorganics.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • "Porous graphenes: two-dimensional polymer synthesis with atomic precision", Marco Bieri,

    Nano Tech Wire


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