Frontier Carbon's fullerene plant producing multi-walled nanotubes?

When we hear something once, it’s suspect. When we hear it twice, our ears perk up, and when we hear it three times we get serious. Well, we've now heard for the third time that Frontier Carbon's 40-ton fullerene plant in Kitakyushu City, Japan is not actually a fullerene plant. Our network tells us...

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