Hemp waste may be source of cost-effective alternative to graphene

05/20/2013 | EarthTechling.com · Chemical & Engineering News

A carbon nanomaterial with many of the super qualities of graphene may eventually be made from hemp waste, providing a cost-effective alternative, writes Katherine Bourzac. Research at Canada's University of Alberta is aimed at developing the new material, which could greatly improve the performance of batteries and supercapacitors.

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