Fracture and fatigue in graphene nanocomposites.

@article{Rafiee2010FractureAF,
  title={Fracture and fatigue in graphene nanocomposites.},
  author={Mohammed A Rafiee and J. Rafiee and Iti Srivastava and Zhou Wang and Huaihe Song and Zhong-Zhen Yu and Nikhil A Koratkar},
  journal={Small},
  year={2010},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={179-83}
}
Graphene, a single-atom-thick sheet of sp-bonded carbon atoms, has generatedmuch interest due to its high specific area and novel mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties. Recent advances in the production of bulk quantities of exfoliated graphene sheets from graphite have enabled the fabrication of graphene–polymer composites. Such composites show tremendous potential for mechanical-property enhancement due to their combination of high specific surface area, strong nanofiller–matrix… CONTINUE READING
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