Confusion over graphene prices prompts debate

By Laura Syrett
Published: Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Claims that the material is already an inexpensive commodity refuted by producers

A lack of standard classifications for graphene products is creating confusion over pricing for the nano-carbon material.

Credited with being able to revolutionise everything from weapons to cancer treatments, pure graphene is projected to be worth thousands of dollars per gram.

But a recent blog by the New York Times...

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