A thin, casual and always comfortable to wear supersuit fabric, to protect against all kinds of dangerous environmental hazards, can be affordably made in your home. The fabric can have artificial muscles made of graphene yarns that can lift about 85 times more weight than the real muscles. Graphene buckyballs comprising parts of the fabric are made of the hardest known substance. Repairs are done by self-healing graphite oxide polomer hydrogels...Learn how to make a graphene based supersuit at home, long before they can become mass produced and widely available.
Make Graphene Buckyballs that are Impact Resistant and Puncture Proof
Graphene is the most puncture resistant material, that can be rolled into buckyballs.
Make Self-Healing Fabric Repairs by Liquid Crystalline Polomer Hydrogels of Graphite Oxide in a Water Solution in the Fabric
Fluid phases comprising graphite oxide and graphene flakes, have important electronic properties, and are relatively unexplored areas in science
Spontaneous ordering of graphite oxide into a liquid crystal. It is a simple matter to heat the concentrated gel and extrude it into something with enhanced properties by mix-ins.
Make 3D Graphene Cork that is Superelastic and Outstandingly Impact Resistant with Incredible Strength
Make Nitrogen Doped Graphene Sheets by Heating Glucose and Urea, that Roll up into Nanoscrolls with Maghemite Nanoparticles
Make Graphite Oxide Knots
Graphite oxide knots
Spin 3D Graphene Artificial Yarn Muscles on a Supersuit Fabric for Clothes
Have super human strength wearing graphene yarns that lift 85 times more weight than ordinary muscles
Artificial muscles made of nanotube yarn
Getting Started - Step 1: Make your own Graphite Oxide, Graphene Flakes, Graphene, Buckyballs, and Graphene Quantum Dots to Build a Supersuit !
The simplest and safest way to make graphene flakes is to mix liquid soap detergent, graphite powder, and water, in a blender.
Single layer graphite oxide can be made safely at home by heating table sugar and cheap chemicals in the oven to 165 degrees F. The video shows a GO layer attaching to a glass rod as the substrate, but a safety shirt can ideally be the substrate to heat or dip to make knots. Graphene sheets can be rolled up into knots or buckyballs, preferably after being already attached to the safety clothes, such as a tuff n lite cut proof safety shirt.
Graphite oxide crystals grown to large sizes
Simple method with a high yield of graphite oxide, but with undesirable acetone chemical
Make Graphene Quantum Dots of Different Sizes from Coal
How to Convert Graphite Oxide into a Graphene Disk using DVD Lasers
The Lite and Cool t-shirt by Tuff n Lite has a fabric so flexible that you can roll it up by hand into a knot. Many tiny knots, instead of a thin layer, would make an ideal puncture and bullet proof shirt fabric.
Graphene Gels with Water
Laser Induced Graphene LIG makes ultra tiny supercapacitors or batteries, that store magnetic energy inside the enormously large surface area created by the laser etched regions. Many tiny interconnected supercapacitors on the graphene yarn threads, store energy and power the supersuit fabric by lasers, optical liquid graphene crystals, and light.
Graphene sheets on a common cheap special plastic, and an affordable business based laser, will make graphene supercapacitors.
Ultrathin 3D Graphene foam composites for shock absorption and impact resistance
Nickel graphene foam
Boron Nitride Enhances Graphene
Newly discovered "Bilayer water ice" forms a superconductor hexagonal lattice between a double layer of graphite oxide that is separated about 0.90 microns apart. Electricity without friction nor heat traveling through the suit, producing associated magnetic fields that power the shirt or supersuit.
Boron Nitrite has a hexagonal shaped lattice that mimics graphene's electromagnetic properties and sizes
NASA has weaved a 3-D fabric using 25-ply CNT yarns that is extremely tough, but it's not a wearable comfortable fabric.