Xolve

  • EDIT: Xolve sold its major assets to an undisclosed multinational company in 2016 and ceased operation as an independent company
  • Produces graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) from graphite, which it then disperses in thermoset or thermoplastic polymers
  • Developed GNP/MWNT (multi-walled carbon nanotub...

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