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What is graphene?
Graphene is only composed of carbon, like diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon. However, graphene is a 2d material where one single layer of carbon atoms – that is less than a nanometer, one hundred thousand time thinner than a hair -, is arranged in a honeycomb structure. This sets it apart from other carbon forms because its unique structure leads to exceptional properties.
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There are two main ways of using Carbon Waters graphene : we generally use it as an additive to a certain formulation; it can be an oil, paint, vernish or polymeric resin… In this case only a very small amount is needed to see an improvement ! In some cases, we can also deposit a pure graphene...
Published 01/21/21
Published 01/21/21
Many types of graphene are available on the market with very different properties. The special features of the Carbon Waters graphene, which are the low number of layers and the small amount of defects, allows to retain most of graphene real properties making it the ideal partner for your project.
Published 01/21/21
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