Researchers in South Korea report developing a process for volume production of graphene using waste sulfur. "The graphene made through this method has been tested to effectively filter out heavy metals like mercury, and can be applied in electronics, energy storage batteries and in the making of cars and even airplanes," the Korea Institute of Science and Technology said in a statement.
Researchers use waste sulfur to make graphene
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