Graphene 101 An Inventor's Guide to Making Graphene

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Being such a fascinating material lots of people are interested in it and it has become something of a mystery that is generally thought of as being something only an expensive lab can produce. This is far from the truth. This book grew out of a series of youtube videos i created to show how graphene could be made in your own home with a minimum of materials and tools. More
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This is a green method as I know it troubles people. My source of graphite is the method here uses 100mL of water 2.4g of sulhuric acid at 98% 30% sodium hydroxide solution graphite 10 volt power supply 2.5 volt power supply and that's it. You can use a weaker acid - just adjust the amount you add for molarity.

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Michael Lippert reviewed on Jan. 16, 2015

A book composed of freely available information. But to put it all together is definitely worth the 5 Dollar. I like the book very much, the amount of information contained is absolutely stunning. Thanks a lot for writing this!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Bryan Montford reviewed on Nov. 1, 2013

If Hannibal Lecter (as portrayed by Anthony Hopkins) had a little brother (instead of a little sister), it would very likely be this man. His head is so full of ideas they leak out, and such can be found in this published work. This is not a shiny toy under the Christmas tree so much as an erector kit, sans box, and sans screws and bolts. He then sets about telling how to make the bolts out of your mothers flatware and the nuts from your fathers pipe stems. This is no instruction manual, but rather a gift of shared knowledge. If one bothers to read it, one seems compelled to apply, explore, and discover.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Scott Leatham reviewed on June 6, 2013

The information in this book is sound, and it's well written. But it is by no means a step by step cookbook on how to make GO or Graphene at home. I would have expected something more like an Instructables article, complete with a list of typical suppliers and tools & equipment available to the lay-person.
You can find all the high-level stuff all over the internet. This is pretty much just a compilation of those findings.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Pedro Barrera reviewed on May 8, 2013

amazing book, i recommend it alot.
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)
sheriozha wijekoon reviewed on April 10, 2013
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One small step for man another giant leap for Graphene!
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