Australian researchers have developed a composite material based on graphite they say is as thin as paper, 10 times stronger than steel and likely to draw attention from the auto industry. The University of Technology Sydney team touts their “remarkable results” in the production of graphene paper as a step forward in the development of a material that has the potential to revolutionize the automotive, aviation, electrical and optical industries. The team, supervised by Guoxiu Wang, has ...

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