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|Single Layer Graphene Oxide|
Single Layer Graphene Oxide is suitable for a wide variety of applications
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.
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