There is No Quality Graphene Without Quality Control

A group of researchers at Technical University of Denmark, National Physics Laboratory in UK and Spanish manufacturer Graphenea, explain in a recent review paper why the graphene industry needs better and faster electrical characterization methods.

Just 5 years after the first announcement that graphene could be isolated at all, Rod Ruoff (2009) and Samsung (2010) showed that graphene can be synthesized in a deceptively simple way; by decomposing hydrocarbons at high temperature, leaving single layer graphene sheets to crystallize on a copper surface.

Today, just 7 years later, graphene sheets are produced and used in large quantities – or areas – for instance for cell phone touch screens, according to Chinese researchers.

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Source: The Graphene Council