NewsRapid characterization of carbon 2D materials

21st April 2021by admin0
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Industrial applications of nanomaterials commonly
require their dispersion in solvents to embed them in final
products. Examples of applications include battery electrodes,
composite reinforcement, printed electronics, and many more. As
nanomaterials exhibit a high surface-to-mass ratio, their surface
properties, in particular surface chemistry, govern their
interactions with the external environment. Therefore, these must
be carefully characterized to optimize product
performance.

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