Pristine Graphene – Sponges

Freezing graphene suspensions, followed by the sublimation of the solvent, can lead to graphene “sponges”: house of cards like morphology of graphene sheets. This material is composed of pristine, conductive graphene, with applications as in electronics and as a source of exfoliated graphene for composites.



From Graphene-like Sheet Stabilized Emulsions to Composite Polymer Foams: Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Wang, Z.; Liang, H.; Adamson, D. H.; Dobrynin, A. V.
Macromolecules 2018 51(18):7360-7367

Controlled 3D Assembly of Graphene Sheets to Build Conductive, Chemically Selective and Shape Responsive Materials
Woltornist, S. J.; Varghese, D.; Massucci, D.; Cao, Z.; Dobrynin, A. V.; Adamson, D. H.
Advanced Materials 2017 29:1604947

Thermal and Electrical Properties of Nanocomposites based on Self-Assembled Pristine Graphene
Bento, J. L.; Brown, E. B.; Woltornist, S. J.; Adamson, D. H.
Advanced Functional Materials 2017 27:1604277

Properites of Pristine Graphene Composites Arising from the Mechanism of Graphene-Stabilized Emulsion Formation
Woltornist, S. J.; Adamson, D. H.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2016 55:6777-6782

Polymer/Pristine Graphene Based Composites: From Emulsions to Strong,Electrically Conducting Foams
Woltornist, S. J.; Carrillo, J.-M.; Xu, T.; Dobrynin, A. V.; Adamson, D. H.
Macromolecules 2015 48(3):687-693

Preparation of Conductive Graphene/Graphite Infused Fabrics Using an Interfacial Trapping Method
Woltornist, S. J.; Alamer, F. A.; McDannald, A.; Jain, M.; Sotzing, G. A.; Adamson, D. H.
Carbon 2015 81:38-42