Cambridge Nanosystems

  • Produces graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) by plasma cracking of natural gas without the need of any catalyst or additive
  • Claims a high percentage of its GNPs are single-layer graphene with 99.6% purity and lower cost than competitors
  • Acquired by FGV and jointly developing a technique...

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