Grafoid inks new development partner for novel catalyst development, commercial traction likely years away

Bi- and tri-layer graphene developer Grafoid (see the June 4, 2012 LRMJ) recently announced a joint intellectual property development agreement with equipment solutions provider CVD Equipment Corporation. The two new partners plan to work together to develop novel catalyst materials employing combin...

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