NewsEffective EMI shielding behavior of thin graphene/PMMA
nanolaminates

4th August 2021by admin0
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Since its isolation in 2004 by Geim and Novoselov from
the University of Manchester (Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010),
graphene has been termed a ‘wonder material’ due to its exceptional
properties, which have already been exploited in many applications
and products. However, the use of graphene in the form of tiny
flakes in polymer composites limits the full exploitation of its
excellent properties, requiring high filler loadings for achieving
satisfactory electrical and mechanical properties.

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