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Europe focuses on graphene composites

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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND — Ever since it was first separated from graphite in 2004, the possibilities of graphene have proven irresistible to plastics firms looking for composite materials with a greater strength-to-weight ratio (and the advantage of being electrically-conductive) and semiconductor makers looking for a viable alternative to silicon.

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