Carbon-based materials have exceptional physical, chemical, thermal, and electrical capabilities. Carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers, graphene nanosheets, graphene quantum dots, graphene nanoribbons, and graphene nanoparticles are examples of these materials.
Carbon fibres are a significant product category in the worldwide advanced carbon materials market, owing to their widespread usage in end-use sectors such as automotive, construction, electronics, and energy applications as composites.
Furthermore, due to the growing worry about galvanic corrosion of aluminium in aerospace applications, carbon fibre applications in the aircraft manufacturing business are becoming increasingly popular.
The GLOBAL CARBON BASED MATERIALS MARKET accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Indian researchers have created a carbon (graphene oxide)-based composite paper with preservatives that can be used as wrapping to help increase the shelf life of fruits.
Unlike the current preservative dipping technique, where preservatives are adsorbed by the fruit and cause persistent toxicity in consumers, here the preservatives are released only when needed by the wrapper.
It is feasible to reuse the wrapper, which is not possible with current technology.To solve this problem, a group of researchers led by Dr. P. S. Vijayakumar of the Institute of Nano Science and Technology, Mohali, an autonomous institute of the Department of Science and Technology,
Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, looked for an alternative that could be made from waste and would not pollute the environment.
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