Breaking News! Nature published our breakthrough in graphene-based membranes!

Updated:10/12/2017   By:Kecheng Guan

Recently, our research of cationic control of the interlayer spacing of graphene oxide membranes for ionic sieving has been published in Nature (DOI:10.1038/nature24044). This finding represents a notable step towards graphene-based membrane applications, such as water desalination, gas purification, solvent dehydration, lithium-based batteries, supercapacitors, molecular sieving and biotechnology. This work was collaborated with Prof. Haiping Fang (Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) and Prof. Minghong Wu (Shanghai University).

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