It can be used in many different industrial fields with its strength, flexibility, thermal and electrical conductivity properties. Sensors, electronic devices, semi-conductors, transistors, aviation, energy production, electrochemistry, health products, batteries, building materials, automotive industry, coatings and composites can be used. Scientists continue to work around the world for new uses of graphene.
Thanks to graphene, longer-lasting materials, ultra-fast rechargeable batteries, faster and lighter aircraft, bionic devices that can be connected to neurons in the body will be able to be produced. Bioelectronic medical technologies that provide real-time treatment by observing and changing the electricity in the body will be developed. Solutions will also be provided to corrosion, heating and transmission problems.
Graphene shows good conductivity both electrically and thermally. If these advantages of the material are properly used, technological products will be even more capable. Technological products developed using graphene will be thinner, more flexible, faster and more competent. Thanks to this versatile material, it will be possible to charge silicon lithium-ion batteries 50 percent faster than other batteries, thereby reducing the long charging times that are the biggest problem of electric cars. With its durability and flexibility characteristics, it will produce much more useful products in the field of defense industry.