Engineers at MIT manufacture long strips of graphene continuously for first time

Lee Bell
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The 'first demonstration' of a scalable method for manufacturing graphene

Engineers at MIT have developed a manufacturing process that continuously produces long strips of graphene for the first time. The team at MIT said the results represent the first demonstration ...

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