CVD graphene is 99.9% cheaper today than in 2010

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Spanish nanotechnology business Graphenea claims it has brought down the price of graphene from thousands of dollars per gram to just a few dollars in the space of five years, making the material competitive with other widely used nanomaterials.

Chemical vapour deposition (CVD) graphene is the merest fraction of the price it was five years ago, according to Spanish nanomaterials developer, Graphenea.

The company, which earlier this week announced price cuts across its graphene product portfolio, told IM that whereas, in 2010, CVD graphene retailed at around €2,000/cm2 ($2,175/cm2), today the...

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