Graphene Ceramic Composites for Hydrogen Separation Membranes

Advanced Materials

Clemson University researchers have designed a cost-effective alternative that implements graphene sheets rather than traditional metals. These novel graphene-ceramic composites are able to lower membrane production costs, provide higher operating temperatures than palladium, and demonstrate greater resistance to oxidation and expansion than nickel.
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