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Home > Press > The Graphene Handbook explains graphene's market, technology and industry: Graphene-Info released a new guide to graphene technologies, The Graphene Handbook

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Graphene-Info, the web's leading Graphene portal, released a new book that is a comprehensive guide to graphene technologies, industry and market.

The Graphene Handbook explains graphene's market, technology and industry: Graphene-Info released a new guide to graphene technologies, The Graphene Handbook

Posted on December 13th, 2013

Ron Mertens, Graphene-Info's editor-in-chief and the book's author explained that the book is aimed towards people who want to quickly understand this new material, its properties and possible application. Graphene is set to revolutionize many industries and companies cannot afford to ignore this new development today.

Reading the graphene Handbook, one can learn about:

* The properties of graphene
* Different production methods
* Possible graphene applications
* The latest graphene research
* The current market for graphene materials and products
* The main graphene challenges
* Other promising 2D materials
* And a lot more!

The book also provides:

* A history of graphene developments
* A graphene investment guide
* A comprehensive list of graphene companies
* A guide to other carbon allotropes

The Graphene Handbook is an invaluable guide to material engineers, business developers, researchers, equipment vendors, graphene material companies, private investors and anyone who wants to learn more about graphene today and in the future.

The Handbook costs $97 for the digital edition or $149.99 for the printed edition. Graphene-Info offers an academic discount and also site- and enterprise-licenses.

More information can be found here: http://www.graphene-info.com/handbook

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