2.4 wt. % (solid (graphene and ethyl cellulose) in cyclohexanone/terpineol)
0.003-0.008 Ω-cm (thermally annealed 250°C for 30 minutes, film thickness >100 nm)
8-15 mPa.s(30 °C)
213-218 °C (Terpineol)
0.9375 g/mL at 25 °C
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