Chinese companies' bets on graphene and MWNTs add additional capacity to already oversupplied markets

Last month, The Sixth Element (Changzhou) commissioned a new graphene nanoplatelet (GNP) powder production line of 100 tons/year (see the July 16, 2013 LRCHJ). At the same time, the company officially launched several GNP-based products, including anti-corrosion coatings (see the September 3, 201...

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The Sixth Element (Changzhou) Materials Technology

Company Profile | May 19, 2022

Uses Hummers' method to make graphite oxides, followed by a graphite exfoliation process under microwave irradiation to make graphene oxides (GOs) and GNPs; product offerings are GNPs and GOs in powder form and as suspensions Current capacities for GNPs and GOs are 150 tonne/a and 500 tonne/a, ... Not part of subscription