World record holder in nanotechnology, Dr.T.Theivasanthi supplies graphene at Nano-price.This low price will improve its industrial utilization.
Ahamedabad, India, May 14, 2015 –(PR.com)– World record holder in nanotechnology, Dr. T. Theivasanthi, part of the research Faculty from the International Research Center of Kalasalingam University is ready to supply graphene at Nano-price i.e. 30 US $ per kg, approximate Indian price equal to Rs.2000/-. She tries to reduce the cost further-more, (less than 1000 INR) and increase graphene production capacity to 50 kg per day, in accordance with the demand & supply (Statistics / Claim source: Theivasanthi). She commented that the high price of graphene is the main barrier which prevents its usages at various levels of industries, so far; but this low price will break that barrier and will improve its industrial utilization; mass level applications like paints, cements & concrete works will get more benefits; the entire extra-ordinary properties / benefits of this wonder material will be utilized properly; this low price will create a new world record. It is noted here; recently, she has invented the world’s first super-paramagnetic particles of plant materials named- Santhi Particles- a remarkable benchmark in the nanotechnology research field.
She said, graphene is the thinnest, lightest, strongest (stronger than high-strength steel), extremely flexible and almost totally transparent material. It has many attractive / intrinsic properties like mechanical, thermal, electrical, acoustical etc. It has high electron mobility at room temperature, exceptional thermal conductivity and superior mechanical properties. VSM analysis is the best tool to differentiate graphene from diamagnetic material graphite.
She further added that applications of graphene are myriad and some obvious including rapid-charging lithium-ion batteries, super-capacitors, printable electronics, fold-able LED touch-screens, improved DNA sequencing, corrosion-resistant coatings, improved cement / concrete materials, a replacement for Kevlar, terahertz wave generators for extremely fast wireless communication, more efficient light-bulbs etc. Incorporation of small quantity of graphene fillers into polymer creates novel nano-composites with improved structural and functional properties (like electrical, physical, mechanical, and barrier properties of polymer composites at extremely low loadings) for utilization in applications ranging from transportation, biomedical systems, sensors, electrodes for solar cells and electromagnetic interference.
Interested buyers / researchers / joint ventures / angel investors / business partners / sponsors may contact for further details.
(Statistics / Claim source: Theivasanthi)
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Dr. T. Theivasanthi,
International Research Center, Kalasalingam University, Krishnankoil–626126, Tamilnadu, India.