Graphene is a two-dimensional material with a hexagonal honeycomb lattice composed of hybrid orbitals of carbon atoms. It is a two-dimensional material with the thickness of only one carbon atom. Graphene was previously considered to be a false structure and could not exist independently. Until 2004, British physicists successfully separated graphene from graphite in experiments and proved that it can exist alone. "The pioneering experiment of two-dimensional graphene materials" as the reason, jointly won the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics.
Graphene is currently the thinnest but hardest nanomaterial in the world. Graphene needs to be exfoliated from graphite to produce graphene. In order to produce stable graphene, scientists from all over the world have been trying various This kind of peeling method makes graphene very expensive.
Graphene is a new type of material, and its applicability is still being discovered and tried, and it is trying to be used in various fields.
Graphene can be regarded as a hardening catalyst when used in automotive paint coatings. The hardening catalyst of KISHO’s lacquered nano coating products uses titanium.
It is characterized by light weight, high strength, metallic luster, and good corrosion resistance. Due to its stable chemical properties, good high temperature resistance, low temperature resistance, strong acid resistance, strong alkali resistance, and high strength, low density, commonly used In the manufacture of rockets and space ships, it is known as "space metal".
KISHO nano coating products have been in the market for so many years, and the stability of the product has been excellent. It is also an important factor that the majority of customers can trust. In the future, KISHO will continue to develop new paint protection products.
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