An Overview of Graphene Hybrid MaterialsNov 11, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
Since it was first created in 2004, graphene has mesmerized scientists with its rare qualities and seemingly endless potential. At exactly one atom in thickness, graphene is perhaps the strongest material on Earth (about 100 times the strength of steel) It is a very efficient conductor of heat and electricity, and it is nearly transparent. While graphene itself is the subject of research for use in semiconductor, electronics, solar energy, aerospace, and other industries, graphene manufactures are working on developing hybrids that show a similar potential for revolutionizing a number of …Read More
Understanding the Applications & Uses of GrapheneNov 04, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
Graphene is quickly gaining acclaim for its dynamic properties and versatility of usage in the fields of manufacturing, electronics, and medicine. Graphene is a material made from a single layer of carbon atoms that is stronger than steel, lighter than paper, more flexible than rubber, and harder than diamond. It features electron mobility that is 100 times higher than silicon, meaning it could one day replace it as a primary resource in computing. It conducts heat better than diamonds, conducts electricity more efficiently than copper, repels water, and absorbs 2.3% of light. Its miraculous …Read More
Graphene and Water TreatmentOct 29, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
The inability for people to access clean water is an ongoing crisis in many parts of our world today. Many people across the globe do not have adequate drinking water, and even more numbers of people lack proper sanitation systems in areas where they live. In many developing countries sewage is poured, untreated, directly into water sources. Meanwhile, in more developed economies, drinking water sources are contaminated by agricultural runoff, industrial waste, and atmospheric inputs resulting from brush fires and the effects of global warming. All of this results in an increased demand for a …Read More
Chemical Vapor Deposition of GrapheneOct 21, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
Perhaps the strongest, thinnest, and most conductive material ever produced, graphene has the potential to revolutionize several industries. Comprised of carbon atoms in a honeycomb pattern — and measuring only one atom in thickness — graphene will change how we think about energy generation, batteries, sensors, and everything else that involves the production, conduction, and transfer of energy. As the demand for graphene grows, so does the interest in its mass production. That is why chemical vapor deposition (CVD) — the process by which graphene can be produced on a large scale — …Read More
Graphene and Its Application in ElectronicsOct 15, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
If you haven’t yet heard of a material called graphene, you likely will soon enough. Graphene is a revolutionary material made up of a single layer of graphite atoms arranged as a single sheet. It is known as the strongest, lightest, thinnest, and hardest material on the planet and its source is virtually limitless since it’s made of carbon, the fourth most common element in the known universe. Graphene has hundreds of practical applications in fields ranging from the textile industry to aerospace applications, and in computing and electronics in general. As a result, graphene …Read More
The Role of Graphene in the Textile IndustryOct 08, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
Graphene is the new “wonder material” of 2019. Along with having lightweight and amazing thermal and electrical conducting properties, graphene is the strongest, thinnest, and one of the most flexible materials in the textile industry. The material is being used to manufacture the next generation of sportswear. Here is a guide detailing how graphene is being used to enhance fabrics in the textile industry.
What Is Graphene?
Graphene is derived from carbon, which is sliced into tranches. These tranches are thinner than a single human hair and are invisible to the naked eye. Graphene, …Read More
Graphene: A Complete Chemical HistorySep 20, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
Graphene is a two-dimensional sheet of densely packed carbon atoms arranged in a single layer. Its structure resembles a crystal honeycomb lattice or chicken wire fence of sorts. Graphene is a considerably large aromatic molecule in the flat polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon family. It is made up of numerous carbon allotropes, like graphite, carbon nanotubes, and other fullerenes. In this blog we will discuss a bit more on the history of this fascinating material.
Graphene is thought of as an infinite alternant of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon. The best graphene in the purest …Read More
Top Things You Should Know about GrapheneSep 17, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
If you haven’t yet heard of graphene, you probably will soon enough. Graphene, the world’s strongest, lightest, thinnest material, has the potential to revolutionize manufacturing, science, and technology. Its applications are endless due to its diverse beneficial properties which allow it to be used across many industries including medical and aerospace. Graphene is only a single atom thick, but it’s 200 times stronger than steel. It’s derived entirely of carbon, which happens to be one of the most plentiful substances in the universe.
What is graphene exactly? Graphene is a …Read More
ZSM-5 Molecular SeiveJul 24, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
The ZSM-5 molecular sieve boasts unique and exceptional properties, which are widely employed in important processes and applications across a broad range of industries. Commonly used in converting methanol to gasoline and diesel as well as oil refining, ZSM-5 has proved superior to amorphous solid acid catalysts in reactions such as xylene isomerization, toluene disproportionation and toluene alkylation etc. Upon ion exchange or modification, H-ZSM-5 zeolites can be derived to also possess enhanced para-selectivity. All in all, the high versatility of this zeolite makes it a truly …Read More
Y-type ZeolitesAug 19, 2019 | ACS MATERIAL LLC
Dealuminated ultrastable Y zeolites have increasingly attracted attention as good adsorbents and stable acid catalysts. These materials exhibit high thermal and hydrothermal stability, as well as higher catalytic activity than that of aluminum-rich synthesized Y zeolites. The ultrastable Y zeolite (USY) in fluid cracking catalysis is commonly stabilized by ion-exchange with rare earth (RE) cations. These rare earth ultrastable Y zeolites, also known as REUSY, demonstrate how rare earth exchange can provide much needed hydrothermal stability.
Y zeolite (IZA structure, FAU …Read More