DIY graphene videos

In the recent days videos from people who actually made some DIY graphene has started to pop up on youtube and in this post I will introduce you to a few of them.

Robert Murray-Smith

One of the very first people who I think deserves a mentioning is Robert Murray-Smith. Robert is a MacGyver of DIY chemistry and he would of course not be doing something as trivial as buying graphite oxide when you can make it your self from graphite. Robert has posted a whole series of movies where he makes graphite oxide and components necessary for making your own DIY super capacitor. The first videos have terrible sound picture and sound quality but along the way Robert has bought a new camera and more recent videos look and sound much better. Robert has also written some books you can buy online at kobobooks.

Additional videos about graphene and super capacitors from Robert.

Graphene

Super capacitors

Eric Goeken

Eric Goeken is the first DIYer to post a video where he successfully produce some light scribe graphene the same way I discussed in my first post about DIY graphene. He bought some graphite oxide powder online and went from there.

Additional videos about graphene from Eric.

unitedstatesgraphene

The user behind unitedstatesgraphene doesn’t go out with his real name in public but he seems to be on his way to make light scribe graphene all the way from graphite as described by Robert. He has gotten to the point where the graphite oxide is drying on the CD-substrate waiting to go into the light scribe burner.

I wish them all the best of luck and I look forward to follow their progress.

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3 comments

  1. Pingback: DIY Graphene | jenslabs
  2. chem monkey

    Have a look at this

    is a possible engine made from a naturally occurring high crystalline high diamagnetic graphite and then have a look at this

    it is for a conductive ink that’s makes the competition look like pants.
    You can get these things really easily from
    https://sites.google.com/site/thinkinkfactory123
    for the ink and diamagnetic graphite. And they are cheap!

    Gilla

    • jclarholm

      Always nice to follow Roberts adventures! It will be interesting interesting to see if and how he manages to actually use the energy produced by the spinning disk. Thanks for the tip.

      Gilla

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