Graphene Exposed white paper: Exploiting the full potential of graphene

The white paper to know all about graphene


Isolated and characterized for the first time in 2004, graphene has demonstrated its incredible assets: lightness, thermal and electrical conductivity, mechanical and thermal resistance, impermeability, anticorrosion, etc.


Today, it is a real star material in many industrial sectors, from electronics and energy storage to bioengineering including composites and coatings.


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Graphene: a family of materials with different properties

In fact, graphene is not a unique material but a family of materials, each with its own advantages and drawbacks depending on the application.

Depending on the production process used, graphene can take a variety of forms (liquid, powder, etc.), be of variable quality depending on its thickness and degree of functionalization, and be more or less easy to industrialize.

So how to choose between the various graphenes on the market?



A white paper dedicated to graphene to guide industrial companies

In this context, the main objective of the «Graphene Exposed» white paper is to help industrials to perceive differences between each graphene, by answering the following questions:

  • What is graphene?: Definition, history, properties
  • What are the main graphene production processes?: Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD), chemical exfoliation, mechanical exfoliation oxidative exfoliation
  • How to assess graphene quality?: Characterization methods: UV-visible and Raman spectroscopy
    The white paper also describes the current standardization of graphene quality, and the main applications of graphene in industry.
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