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Lead The Technology In Graphene
- Oct 18, 2017 -

China's energy storage network: on July 31, 2017, China was the first to use graphene for display technology and developed the world's first "graphene electronic display".

This has made our country another big step in the application of graphene material industrialization, which marks our country on the world front in the graphene display application.

Graphene is a single layer of carbon atomic material that is spun out of graphite and is a two-dimensional structure of carbon.

The graphene has a thickness of just 0.335 nanometers, which adds up to 200, 000 pieces of thin film together, and only one strand thick.

It was first discovered in 2004 by the costianovo shev and Andre geim team at the university of Manchester.

The advent of graphene has sparked a worldwide research boom.

It is not only the thinnest of the known materials, but also very strong and hard;

As a single matter, it passes electrons at room temperature faster than any known conductor.

Graphene is very special in atomic scale and must be described in relativistic quantum physics.

The graphene structure is very stable, and so far, researchers have not found a lack of carbon atoms in graphene.

The connection between the carbon atoms in graphene is so flexible, when applying external mechanical force, carbon atom surface bending deformation, so that the carbon atoms do not have to rearrange to adapt to the external force, also keep stable structure.

This stable lattice structure makes carbon atoms excellent conductance.

When electrons in graphene move in orbit, they do not scatter because of lattice defects or the introduction of foreign atoms.

Because of the strong strength of the interatomic force, the electrons in graphene are very small in normal temperatures even when the surrounding carbon atoms collide.

In fact, as early as last year our country declared successfully developed the world's first graphene electronic paper, and the electronic paper can be combined with flexible drive backplane production surplus flexible graphene electronic paper display.

It is reported that the ultra-flexible "graphene electronic display" is not only capable of impact and high transmittance, but also has a bright brightness, and can be curled like paper. It is very suitable for use on wearable electronic devices.

The birth of the new technology revolutionized the new industrial revolution.

Graphene was introduced in 2004 and the discovery of graphene by professor novoselov of the university of Manchester in the UK won the 2010 Nobel Prize in physics.

Graphene is the thinnest, most intense, and most powerful thermal conductivity of a new type of nanomaterial, known as "black gold" and "king of new materials".

Scientists have even predicted that graphene will "revolutionize the 21st century" and even create a new industrial revolution sweeping the world.

Once the graphene technology can be applied to the business, will replace coal and oil and gas, and silicon, become the source of most of the electricity energy required human life, this will undoubtedly revolutionize current of industry!

It takes only 5 seconds to recharge the phone, and the battery is full. It can last for half a month!

Only 10 minutes of charging for a graphene battery will make it possible for an environmentally friendly car to drive 1,000 kilometers.

Because of its unparalleled performance and advantages, graphene is listed as the number one technology research and development in many countries.

There are now more than 200 institutions and over 1,000 researchers working on graphene.

They are trying to seize the market and compete for the voice of The Times!

Flexible electronic products based on graphene can overcome current materials and technology limitations, and make smart electronics such as mobile phones or computers become soft and foldable and easy to carry.

Therefore, graphene will be widely used in more and more flexible electronics in the future.

From the trend of development, graphene will undoubtedly be widely used in flexible electronics, smart wearable, touch screen, sensors, conductive conductive materials and functional coatings.

At present, the latest development of the successful graphene flexible OLED display has shown the development of the trans-era and has a broad development space in the future.