Researchers uncover way to more efficiently produce high-tech graphene material

Lee Bell
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Method uses 50 times less solvent than conventional methods

A research team at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed a way of producing graphene that uses 50 times less solvent than conventional methods. Conducted in collaboration with...

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