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Submerged-Plasma Process for the High Rate Production of Graphene Nanoflakes
­ Invention Summary: Carbon nanomaterials, such as nanotubes and graphene, have received a lot of attention because of their excellent and one-of-a-kind electrical, physical, and morphological properties. One of graphene's most notable properties is its high carrier mobility at room temperature. As a result, nanographene is appealing...
Published: 11/3/2022   |   Inventor(s): Stephen Tse, Chuiyuan Meng, Thomas Nosker, Bernard Kear, Mustafa Mozael
Keywords(s): Graphene technology, Polymers & Composites
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering, Technology Classifications > Polymers/Composites/Materials
Blacktop Sealer Composite from Recycled Paint
​ ​ Invention Summary: Over 16 million gallons of latex paint are discarded every year into landfills, which is the largest liquid hazardous waste in the United States. Latex paint is difficult to recycle and hazardous to the environment due to its volatile organic compounds. Researchers at Rutgers have developed a novel method for recycling...
Published: 8/17/2022   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Nosker, Jennifer Lynch-Branzoi
Keywords(s): Polymers & Composites
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering, Technology Classifications > Polymers/Composites/Materials
Economical Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Co-Continuous Immiscible Polymer Blends
­​ Invention Summary: Immiscible polymer blends (IMPBs) offer versatility in tailoring properties via synergistic combinations of blend components to optimize orthogonal properties more economically than chemical synthesis of a new polymer. Researchers at Rutgers University have developed a novel processing method to produce high performance...
Published: 3/24/2022   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Nosker, Jennifer Lynch-Branzoi, Arya Tewatia, Justin Hendrix
Keywords(s): Polymers & Composites
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Physical Sciences & Engineering, Technology Classifications > Polymers/Composites/Materials