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re: Graphene nanotubes: the latest advancement in lithium-ion batteries
cnl_silva   6/26/2013 7:31:16 PM
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Are there any good examples of any mature products utilizing nanotubes or ribbons - in electronics - currently in production? Not to be a pessimist, as I really want to see their advantages used in electronics, but there is a big difference between mixing them into products for 20%-30% strength gains and making them work well in electrical applications.

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re: Graphene nanotubes: the latest advancement in lithium-ion batteries
old account Frank Eory   6/24/2013 5:55:47 PM
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The smartphone industry could really use some of these advanced batteries we've been hearing about for so long. Hopefully some of these new anodes are close to productization.



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