The inhibition efficacy of Graphene oxide flakes changes for different types and strains of bacteria.
In this work, we examine Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus, two common hospital-acquired infections, which react quite differently to graphene oxide flakes. The electron microscopy images show a complete coverage and wrapping of S. aureus. For P. aeruginosa, barely any bacteria are spotted with any flakes on top except for some loosely half-covered cases.
Inkjet-printing (IJP) technology is recognized as a significant breakthrough in manufacturing high-performance electrochemical energy storage systems.
A general introduction to the fundamental principles of IJP technology and the latest achievements in the IJP of capacitive energy storage devices are systematically summarized.