Epoxy compound gets a graphene bump

November 15th, 2018

Epoxy compound gets a graphene bump
Epoxy combined with “ultrastiff” graphene foam invented in the Rice lab of chemist James Tour is substantially tougher than pure epoxy and far more conductive than other epoxy composites while retaining the material’s low density. It could improve upon epoxies in current use that weaken the material’s structure with the addition of conductive fillers.


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