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Single Layer Graphene Oxide is suitable for a wide variety of applications
Cheaptubes.com Announces Ability to Supply Single Layer Graphene Oxide
Brattleboro, VT | Posted on April 3rd, 2009
Our Single Layer Graphene Oxide is suitable for a wide variety of applications including electronics, solar, communications, and many other applications. Recently, 1000Ghz computer chips were demonstrated at MIT using Single Layer Graphene Oxide and it is widely believed that Single Layer Graphene Oxide will replace Silicon in electronics someday. Please visit our website at www.cheaptubes.com/graphene.htm for more information including prices and specifications.
Our Single Layer Graphene Oxide is available by the gram or else as a conductive coating on substrates. Single Layer Graphene is more cost effective when purchasing 100 grams or more. Other cost effective solutions including Multi Layer Graphene Oxide are coming soon. A 1-2 week lead time applies to Graphene orders. Get out in front of your competitors by starting your Graphene research Today!
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We are committed to supplying the nanotechnology research and industrial community with the highest quality Carbon Nanotubes -CNTs and Graphene at the lowest prices, whether you're an independent researcher or a large-volume user of Carbon Nanotubes-CNTs. We are driving the price of Carbon Nanotubes-CNT's down to help usher in the Carbon Nanotubes-CNTs Application Age, the period when more and more Carbon Nanotubes-CNTs applications will become cost-effective.
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