Category: Pre-market additives
More than 70% of all basic materials can be improved by introducing a universal additive, graphene nanotubes. Graphene nanotubes can be described as a one-atom-thick graphene sheet rolled in a tube more than 5 µm long. This material is also commonly called single wall carbon nanotubes.
Enhances mechanical properties of materials including glass, concrete, ceramics, adhesives, aluminum, plastics, paint, copper, composites, and rubber.
Apparent use of Nanotechnology: graphene nanotubes/single wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs)
Reason for Inclusion:
"When embedded into a material’s matrix, well-dispersed TUBALL™ graphene nanotubes create a 3D reinforced and conductive network." -Retrieved 5/14/2021 from https://tuball.com/about-tuball
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