Graphene output falls short of expectations in China

By Albert Li, Davide Ghilotti
Published: Thursday, 27 October 2016

Policy supports industry upgrades; only few producers able to operate; more shutdowns expected.

Graphene has failed to meet expectations of a global industrial technological revolution, delegates heard at China’s International Graphene Innovation Conference in Qingdao in late September.

Since its discovery in 2004, the Chinese government implemented a series of policies to encourage industry developments, which facilitated some technological achievements and attracted...

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