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?