With graphene being a promising material for storing hydrogen, and to act as a catalyst in supercapacitors, it’s important that international standards for measuring the electrical reliability of graphene are developed. It’s good to see that the US Technical Advisory Group to IEC TC 113 (TC 113 TAG) is taking the lead in developing these standards, starting with a blank detail material specification, graphene characterization using atomic force microscopy (AFM), and process specifications for incorporating graphene into large-scale manufacturing environments. Experts in graphene manufacturing and research need to join the TAG to ensure that the these standards meet industry’s needs and that US stakeholders are represented at the table.


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