May 28, 2020

Graphene is a honeycomb planar film formed by sp2 hybridization of carbon atoms. It is a quasi-two-dimensional material with only one atomic layer thickness, so it is also called monatomic layer graphite. The common powder production method of graphene is mechanical stripping method, oxidation reduction method, SiC epitaxial growth method, and film production method is chemical vapor deposition (CVD). Because of its very good strength, flexibility, conductivity, thermal conductivity, optical properties, graphene have been developed by leaps and bounds in physics, materials science, electronic information, computer, aerospace and other fields. As a new type of nanomaterials with the most thin, the maximum intensity and most conductive conductivity, graphene is known as "black gold" and "king of new materials", scientists even predict that graphene will "completely change the 21st century " It is likely to set off a sweeping global disruptive new technology and new industrial revolution. Learn more at


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