The thermal conductivity (K) of graphene at room temperature exceeds the limit of allotropes of bulk graphite (2000 W/m•K), carbon nanotubes (3000-3500 W/m•K) and diamonds, reaching 5300 W/m•K, much higher than that of silver (429 W/m•K) and copper (401 W/m•K). Graphene has great development potential in the field of thermal management due to its excellent thermal conductivity and mechanical properties. Graphene-based thin films can be used as flexible heat-oriented materials to meet the heat dissipation requirements of high power and high integration systems such as LED lighting, computers, satellite circuits, laser weapons and handheld terminal devices. These results provide a new perspective for the design of structural/functional integrated CARBON/carbon composites.
Enhance the strength of plastic;
Conductive and antistatic modification of plastic;
Improve the thermal conductivity and heat dissipation performance of plastic;
Improve the wear resistance, lubrication and corrosion resistance of plastics;