Production of graphene by solution processing and development of graphene-based materials

Karagiannidis, Panagiotis (2017) Production of graphene by solution processing and development of graphene-based materials. In: Invited Talk, 21 Jun 2017, The University of Edinburgh, School of Engineering.

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Abstract

Graphene produced by solution processing has attracted significant scientific and technological interest due to its applicability in a wide range of commercial applications from printing inks and coatings to structural composites.

The requirements for these applications (high loading of conductive additive and tunable viscosity) have been a significant challenge in the graphene field.

I will present the current graphene production methodologies and introduce an industrially scalable production route, namely microfluidization that can produce high quality defect-free graphene from graphite in large volumes in one step.

I will then focus on different applications starting from graphene dispersions; the fabrication of conductive fibres using wet spinning, coatings using flexo/screen printing, and aerogels using freeze drying.

I will finish my talk with my future plans at the University of Sunderland, on the development of new graphene-based materials (printing/stretchable inks, conductive adhesives and automotive composites).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Keynote)
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing
Depositing User: Panagiotis Karagiannidis
Date Deposited: 29 Sep 2017 14:06
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2017 14:06
URI: http://sure.sunderland.ac.uk/id/eprint/7844

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