Integrated Graphene’s 3-D Graphene Scaffold ( Gii™ )

Article taken from Linkedin post by Saima Nisar on August 3rd 2023

As a Chemistry graduate by background and my 30 years in Industry, I had heard the mention of Graphene from time to time, but never really got under the ‘bonnet’.

However, over the course of the next 3 days in 3-part postings, I am hoping to share my learnings and clear some of the ‘grey’ areas of confusion, ending with exciting applications of Integrated Graphene’s 3-D Graphene scaffold, we call Gii™, and the fantastic opportunities and new application spaces Gii™ brings! 🤓

Over the next 3 days I will be looking at :
Part 1 – Basics of Graphene
Part 2 – Commercially available forms of Graphene
Part 3 – Properties and Applications

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Graphene Batteries – April 2023

The following article was written by AI,, the prompt was:

Write an article about graphene battery technology. Use only information presented in 2023.

Introduction to Graphene Batteries

Graphene batteries are a new type of battery that uses graphene as its anode. Graphene is a material made from carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb structure, and it’s very strong, flexible and conductive.

Graphene batteries have many benefits over other types of batteries: they’re lighter than lithium-ion ones; they charge faster; they last longer; they don’t degrade over time like other types do; and they can withstand temperatures up to 1000 degrees Celsius (1832 Fahrenheit).

Current applications for graphene batteries include electric vehicles (EVs), drones and spacecrafts

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Graphene Update – March 2023

Graphene was isolated in 2004 by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov at the University of Manchester. They won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010 “for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene.” There was promise of new products from water desalination to solar cells that would be next generation but we’ve seen little impact to date from graphene products.

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