Graphene

Graphene is the thinnest material known to man at only 1 atom thick, and also incredibly strong - about 200 times stronger than steel. On top of that, graphene is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity and has interesting light absorption abilities. With unlimited potential for integration in almost any industry.

In February 2013 Cabot Corporation launched the LITX G700, a graphene-based additive for high energy density lithium-ion batteries.

In 2014, A Spanish Company launched a line of cycling helmets enhanced with graphene. These helmets are said to be light and strong, and offer major improvements in the field of safety and impact absorption.

In November 2016, The Q-Sense GO sensor enables interaction studies of GO with various analytics (measured substances) of interest and may open the door to various applications with interest for diagnostics, safety/security and environmental monitoring.

In December 2016, developed a cutting-edge diagnostics equipment,  graphene-based sensors enable faster sample processing, greater accuracy, portability and cost savings.

Graphene can make batteries that are light, durable and suitable for high capacity energy storage, as well as shorten charging times. It will extend the battery’s life-time, which is negatively linked to the amount of carbon that is coated on the material or added to electrodes to achieve conductivity, and graphene adds conductivity without requiring the amounts of carbon.

Graphene can make batteries that are light, durable and suitable for high capacity energy storage, as well as shorten charging times. It will extend the battery’s life-time, which is negatively linked to the amount of carbon that is coated on the material or added to electrodes to achieve conductivity, and graphene adds conductivity without requiring the amounts of carbon.

Graphene