The Sixth Element's listing on China's OTC stock market and planned expansion to 1,000 tons/yr signifies graphene hype train still in high gear

Graphene developer the Sixth Element (see the July 15, 2013 LRCHJ) was recently approved for listing on China's over-the-counter (OTC) stock market (see the September 5, 2011 LRCHJ). The company also recently announced that it would expand production capacity of its graphene nanoplatelet (GNP) po...

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