Dryblower on the year when graphite grows up

There’s not much new about graphite and its super-thin cousin, graphene, but Dryblower reckons that 2015 could be the year when both come of age – with all the good and bad that often comes with such a transition.

The good part about growing up, which is what the graphite industry is doing, can be found in the fact that consumption is rising and new applications are being found for it in industry and

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