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As per the available reports 31 Open Access Articles, 4 National symposiums, 6 Conferences and 5 Journals have been exclusively dedicated to Graphene.
Graphene is actually pure carbon in the form of a very thin and nearly transparent sheet, around 1 atom thick. It is amazingly strong for its very low weight that is 100 times stronger than steel, and it can conduct heat and electricity with great efficiency. It was first produced in the lab in the year 2003. It interacts in an odd manner with light and with other materials as it is 2D virtually. The ballistic transport of charges, bipolar transistor effect, and large quantum oscillations has been identified by the researchers.
Graphene technically is a crystalline allotrope of carbon with 2-dimensional properties where carbon atoms are densely packed in a regular sp2-bonded atomic-scale chicken wire (hexagonal) pattern. Graphene can also be described as a 1-atom thick layer of graphite and the basic structural element of other allotropes, including charcoal, carbon nanotubes, graphite, and fullerenes. It can also be considered as an indefinitely large aromatic molecule, the limiting case of the family of flat polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
Still, in 2014, graphene is not used in commercial applications as many have been proposed and/or are under development, in areas including filtration, electronics, lightweight/strong composite materials, biological engineering, photovoltaic and energy storage. Graphene is actually produced as a powder and as dispersion in a polymer matrix, or elastomer, adhesive, oil, aqueous and non-aqueous solutions. The dispersion is stated by the manufacturer to be suitable for advanced composites, lubricants, paints and coatings, oils and functional fluids, display materials and packaging, capacitors and batteries, inks and 3D-printers’ materials, thermal management applications, and barriers and films.
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Scope and Importance
The aim of Graphene meetings is to bring together a multi-disciplinary group of scientists and engineers to present and exchange breakthrough ideas relating to the technology developments and business opportunities in graphene commercialization and nanotechnology It promotes top-level research and to globalize the quality research in general, thus making discussions, presentations and contributions more internationally competitive and focusing attention on the outstanding achievements in the field nanotechnology.
The graphene market today is dominated by research sales although the robust sales pipelines being built now suggests that the market composition will dramatically change in the decade to come. The largest sectors will be composites, energy storage and functional/conductive coatings, although each one will be split across several sub-sectors. Graphene platelets will dominate the sales particularly as their selling prices plunge, while graphene sheets will remain a small niche that will grow only from 2019/2020 onwards.
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Related Societies and Associations
1) The graphene revolution - British Science Association
2) Nanotechnology Research – Associations
3) Graphene Zone Society - University of Manchester
4) F-NT Research Society
3. ACS Material
4. Anderlab Technologies
5. Applied Graphene Materials
7. AdNano Technology
8. 3D Graphtech Industries
9. Bluevine Graphene Industries
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This page was last updated on March 21, 2023