Is graphene the next oil…or just the next carbon nanotube?

We recently caught up with Sheriozha Wijekoon, Project Manager of Sri Lanka-based graphite mining company R.S Graphite Mines. Sheriozha and his father founded the company in 2007, and the father-son pair aim to exploit its 99.97% pure crystal graphite as a precursor for graphene. As a five-year-old ...

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