So I know a lot of you are interested in graphene. Some are under the impression that graphene is difficult to make, but that couldn't be further from the truth. I recently made a video going through the easiest process to make graphene in bulk. Hope ya'll enjoy!
But for which purpose i can use graphene?
It has more possible uses than I imagined. My own personal interest in it is for making supercapacitors or conductive ink.
Robert Murray-Smith has some good youtube videos to give you ideas on uses for this.
If I remember correctly, and correct me if I am wrong, graphene is also bio neutral and could make a good coating for implants if done correctly.
And while making graphene in bulk is relatively easy, the hard part is making the graphene the highest quality possible with nearly zero resistance.
Pencil sharpener and some sticky tape... ^_^
Graphene would make a terrible coating for an implant actually. Getting a perfect layer that's required on anything is nearly impossible with current tech. And even then, it'll do essentially no good because it's a single atom thick. Strong or not, nothing that's 1 atom thick is very strong when met with macroscopic objects. There's lots of great implant coatings already, no need to try and throw graphene at everything.
i was thinking of using multiple layers of graphene for the coating
Not that it's a good idea, but there really aren't that many good coatings, at least not practical.
Also unless you have a kiln with inert gas shielding, you're not coating anything in graphene. And "many layers of graphene" is called graphite just FYI.