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Rice University chemists make laser-induced graphene from wood


July 31, 2017

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Rice University scientists have made a form of graphene that can be cut with a table saw. They turned pine into laser-induced graphene and used it to make proof-of-concept electrodes for water splitting and supercapacitors.Full Story

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