Scientists from Łódź have invented technology of making graphene by using a liquid metal matrix and a mixture of carbonising gases according to an original method that has already been patented in the world. They have designed and started a stove to make graphene on an industrial scale and they called it High Resilience Metal Graphene.

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As the head of the scientist team from the Institute of Materials Science and Engineering at the Łódź University of Technology, Professor Piotr Kula, admits, it’s a unique product with a large surface. The idea is to make graphene sheets measured in square metres and rolled them up in a stove like a bale of fabric. The biggest samples of graphene produced in this way so far have a size of a brick and 1 square centimetre of this material costs 400 PLN.


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