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Asahi Glass to demo 0.1mm glass laminate at SID

5/31/2012 07:06 PM EDT
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nicolas.mokhoff
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re: Asahi Glass to demo 0.1mm glass laminate at SID
nicolas.mokhoff   6/1/2012 5:08:40 PM
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elctrnx_lyf: AGC is a glass conglomerate addressing many markets. In this instance it is applying the ultra-thin glass laminated on a carrier glass in a roll-to-roll production system as a working model. The end application is displays of any kind.

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elctrnx_lyf   6/1/2012 5:46:33 AM
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Where these technologies are actually used?

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selinz   6/1/2012 12:38:48 AM
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graphene absorbes 2.3% light per atomic layer. An atomic layer is 0.00014 microns thick. I think at practical thicknesses it will be opaque. I'm not sure if the projected end use for graphene is the same as that here...

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re: Asahi Glass to demo 0.1mm glass laminate at SID
chanj0   5/31/2012 11:11:39 PM
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How does it compare to Graphene? As far as I remember, graphene has been believed to be a viable replacement of glass; thin, light, transparent, durable and resistance to scratch.

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