IM Global Graphite Roundup 5 – 11 October

By Laura Syrett
Published: Thursday, 11 October 2012

A brief look at the rest of the week’s graphite stories in the news

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) chemists have created a customised carbon nanotube pencil that it claims can be used to draw freehand electronic circuits.

The researchers have developed a pencil lead where the conventional graphite has been replaced with a compressed powder of carbon nanotubes, allowing it to inscribe sensors...

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