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MIT just discovered a way to mass-produce graphene in long rolls

MIT just discovered a way to mass-produce graphene in long rolls

Mathias Sundin
Mathias Sundin

Scientists used to make graphene-based membranes in small batches in a laboratory. But a new breakthrough at MIT enables researchers to spool out long rolls of high-quality graphene. The continuous manufacturing process can produce five centimeters of high-quality graphene per minute. The longest run was nearly four hours, and it generated around 10 meters of continuous graphene.

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