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graphene integrated into clothing? Answered

So i had an idea: i wanted to integrate graphene into clothing to make clothing more durable.

this guy shows how to make the stuff https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FlCvZvzDPM

any ideas on how to get the graphene into clothing?

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Jack A Lopez

2 years ago

There was somebody on this forum, about a month ago, asking about wearable graphene,

https://www.instructables.com/answers/Where-can-I-g...


for, like, bulletproof armor, or something like that.

I am guessing he wants to fight crime, or maybe commit crimes. I dunno. It's probably something like that.

I mean bulletproof super armor seems like a bit much for just hanging around the house, watching Youtube videos.

;-P

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rickharris

2 years ago

How much do you know about the properties of Graphene?

Which property do you think will be advantageous?

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Gaudnarokrickharris

Answer 2 years ago

the heat conductivity, the flexibility and the durability.

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rickharrisGaudnarok

Answer 2 years ago

Graphene is brittle, by definition either thin atom thick plates or nano tubes and so relatively expensive. I am not so sure it would be durable.

Unless you can develop a way to make Graphene thread i think your limited to layering plates like armour.

The rest is up to you.

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Kiteman

2 years ago

I think that, if anybody reading this know how to integrate graphene into clothing, they will be jealously guarding that knowledge to preserve their commercial edge.