Month: November 2017

Abstract: “Graphite has been known from antiquity as a material for marking and writing. Although graphite has always been thought of as a low-value product it is a vital element in nuclear technology, electrical components and steel-making. Graphite’s nanothin relative, graphene, is making its own mark in a range of high-tech and ‘green’ technologies, such as solar cells and computer touch screens. Graphite itself…

Read More Lecture: “Graphite – the new black gold!” by George Reynolds (Metrics Consulting) – November 22nd 2017