Graphene-based coating starts commercialization trial in China, but still far away from market penetration

Last week we attended the 17th session of the China International Coatings Show in Shanghai. During the conference, we caught up with Tao Wu, Sales Director from The Sixth Element (Changzhou) (see the July 16, 2013 LRCHJ), which promoted its graphene nanoplatelet (GNP) technology for anti-corrosi...

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