Article last updated on: Dec 03, 2018

Graphene-Info is proud to present The Graphene Handbook. This book is a comprehensive guide to graphene technology, industry and market. Graphene is the world's strongest and most conductive 2D material that is set to revolutionize entire industries.

Reading this book, you'll learn all about:

  • The properties of graphene
  • Different production methods
  • Possible graphene applications
  • The latest graphene research
  • The current market for graphene materials and products
  • The main graphene challenges
  • Other promising 2D materials

The graphene book also provides:

  • A history of graphene developments
  • A graphene investment guide
  • An introduction to graphene metrology and standardization
  • A comprehensive list of graphene companies
  • A guide to other carbon allotropes
Ron Mertens
The Graphene Handbook was written by Ron Mertens, founder and editor-in-chief of Graphene-Info, the world's leading graphene knowledge hub. Graphene-Info reaches tens of thousands of readers each month.
The Graphene Handbook provides a great introduction to the world of graphene and covers everything you need to know about the graphene industry, market and technology. It is an invaluable guide for material engineers, business developers, researchers, equipment vendors, graphene material companies, private investors and anyone who wants to learn more about graphene today and in the future.
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Here's what you'll find inside:

Table of contents

6
Introduction...........................................................................................
8
About the author....................................................................................
9
What is graphene? .................................................................................
9
Why is graphene so exciting? ..........................................................................................
9
Graphene properties ..........................................................................................
10
Graphene-based materials ..........................................................................................
12
Graphene substrates (handling graphene)..........................................................................................
20
Graphene functionalization ..........................................................................................
23
Graphene as a substrate for nanoparticles ..........................................................................................
23
Enabling a graphene bandgap ....................................................................................
24
Graphene standartization efforts ..............................................................................
25
Graphene measurements and characterization .........................................................
29
On graphene's environmental and health effects ......................................................
30
Graphene production .................................................................................................
35
Graphene quality control ............................................................................................
36
Graphene applications .........................................................................
36
Displays .......................................................................................................................
37
Conductive inks ..........................................................................................................
38
Composite materials ...................................................................................................
39
Coatings and paints ....................................................................................................
40
Graphene thermal applications ..................................................................................
40
Energy containers .......................................................................................................
45
Membranes .................................................................................................................
47
3D Printings ................................................................................................................
48
Sensors ........................................................................................................................
50
Electronics ..................................................................................................................
52
Energy generation ......................................................................................................
54
Photonics / Optics ......................................................................................................
56
Medicine and biology .................................................................................................
56
Lubricants ...................................................................................................................
57
Spintronics ..................................................................................................................
59
Graphene materials market .................................................................
60
Graphene sheets (large area graphene) .....................................................................
63
Graphene flakes / GNPs .............................................................................................
66
Graphene oxide ...........................................................................................................
66
Graphene ribbons .......................................................................................................
67
Graphene inks .............................................................................................................
68
Graphene Quantum Dots (GQDs) ..............................................................................
68
Graphene composites .................................................................................................
68
Graphene FETs (GFETs) ............................................................................................
70
Material Market forecasts ..........................................................................................
73
Products with graphene on the market ................................................
73
Sporting equipment ....................................................................................................
74
Graphene tires ............................................................................................................
74
Graphene inks .............................................................................................................
75
Graphene membranes for audio devices ....................................................................
75
Graphene sensors .......................................................................................................
75
Energy storage devices ...............................................................................................
76
Investing in graphene ..........................................................................
76
Pure play graphene companies ...................................................................................
77
Graphite miners ..........................................................................................................
78
Large public companies ..............................................................................................
78
Manufacturing equipment makers ............................................................................
80
Large graphene projects ......................................................................
80
The Graphene Flagship ..............................................................................................
80
The UK's graphene investments ................................................................................
81
IBM next-gen chip material drive ...............................................................................
81
Korea’s $40 million graphene support fund ..............................................................
82
Main graphene challenges ...................................................................
82
Mass production and cost ..........................................................................................
83
Graphene sheet handling ...........................................................................................
83
Standardization ..........................................................................................................
95
Appendices ..........................................................................................
85
Appendix A: Glossary .................................................................................................
88
Appendix B: Other carbon allotropes ........................................................................
94
Appendix C: Other promising 2D materials ..............................................................
98
Appendix D: Company list .........................................................................................

Why do we think this is the best graphene book on the market?

  • It's comprehensive: covers all the latest graphene research, companies, products and materials
  • It's updated - includes the latest developments up until January 2018
  • It's brought to you by the web's leading graphene experst and provides independent information
Jon Mabbitt
CEO,
AGM
The Graphene Handbook gives an excellent overview of the landscape over the last ten years. It is easily readable as a beginner's guide, but contains sufficient detail to be enlightening to a broad audience from industrial suppliers to potential graphene users
Ray Gibbs
CEO,
Haydale
I found the book instantly readable and provided just the right level of detail. Invaluable as a reference source to a complex and fast moving sector.
This book is exactly what I wanted...
Dr. Peter Tomaszewski
NewEnergy Consultants
The Graphene Handbook appeared very useful for me. It is well written and can be used as a skeleton for an orientation course for students. The handbook can also be very useful for someone in the business of popularization of science and technology.

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