Have you recently seen a paper related to graphene oxide research that you think the GOgraphene team would be interested in sharing?
The GOgraphene team have started posting entries to the GOgraphene blog about papers they have found particularly interesting, be that for the promising results achieved by the researchers, the application area focussed on or the approach taken to the research.
As a company, William Blythe has a strong history of manufacturing products to tight specifications for multiple applications, with materials tuned for their specific end use. By comparison to the existing William Blythe portfolio, graphene oxide is therefore fairly unique. While the material can be tuned for specific applications through both functionalisation and physical property manipulation, the requirements of graphene oxide in each application are not yet well understood. As a result, graphene oxide is considered applicable to many research areas in its standard form. This results in a huge diversity of application sectors interested in graphene oxide materials.
The GOgraphene team like to stay up to date with graphene oxide research which is being carried out across the globe and have taken to writing brief overviews of some of their favourite pieces. The team are always looking to increase both the breadth and depth of their application knowledge around this material, so if you would like to recommend a paper to the team please let us know – if we really like it we might even include it in a future blog post!