Processing difficulties exemplify a bottleneck for those applications that demand well dispersed, concentrated and pristine graphene solutions. In view of that, there remains an ongoing research for an improved approach to synthesize graphene solutions appropriate for inkjet printing and related applications. In light of foregoing, the objective of the present report is to present an economical, rapid and scalable methodology for the preparation of graphene dispersions using economical organic solvents for a wide range of applications in the field of printing technologies.

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