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October 2nd, 2018

EXPLORES NEXT-GEN GRAPHENE NANOTUBE PRODUCTS

Abstract:
Graphene nanotubes are a specific form of graphene possessing a number of exciting properties and advanced characteristics, that compare favourably with most other nanomaterials. There is a great deal of interest within the packaging industry, where the strength and anti-conductive properties of nanotube coatings offer potential downgauging and anti-static applications, as OCSiAl’s Christoph Siara described to Packaging Europe earlier this year.

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