L'oxyde de graphène recèle-t-il un danger caché ?

Graphene is a two-dimensional (on the order of one atom thick) nanomaterial composed of carbon, consisting of a single layer of densely packed carbon atoms. Its high mechanical strength and significant electrical and thermal properties make graphene well suited for many new applications in the fields of electronics, biological, chemical […]

Filtration de l'eau. Nanotechnologie. Nanotube de carbone avec des molécules de H2O. Concept. Illustration et fond scientifique

Quels sont les effets secondaires du graphène ?

Brown University researchers warn of the dangers of graphene’s jagged edges. On the other hand, a team from the University of California also warns that graphene oxide moves smoothly through water. Both side effects put the environment at risk Be aware! We are still toying with graphene, the material of […]