What does “Graphene” really look like and why is it not ‘carbon nanotubes’
Read the latest Nanopinion guest column from Dr. Alberto Bianco, Dr. Maurizio Prato and Dr. Kostas Kostarelos, from Graphene Flagship, about graphene and why it’s not the same as carbon nanotubes.
“Connections and associations between the two types of carbon-based materials are not scientifically justified and can lead to unnecessary confusion. More worryingly, it can lead to unwillingness to perform and fund systematic scientific evaluation of various types of graphene materials – especially those that are finding their way to mass industrial use and consumer products.”
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