Can graphene become a spray-on material?

05/29/2014 | Gizmag · Bloomberg Businessweek

Scientists at Korea University and the University of Illinois at Chicago have collaborated on a technique for smoothly applying droplets of graphene on a substrate, using a kinetic spray deposition system. UIC professor Alexander Yarin says the process is "simple, inexpensive and can be performed on any substrate with no need for post-treatment." Separately, Samsung Electronics is piling up patents in graphene-related technology, aiming to use the carbon material in smartphones, tablet computers and other products.

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