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Graphene used to make graphene-copper composite that is 500 times stronger

Graphene used to make graphene-copper composite that is 500 times strongerResearchers at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology KAIST have created composite materials using graphene that are up to 500 times stronger than the raw, non-composite material. This is the first time that graphene has been successfully used to create strong composite materials and due to the tiny amounts of graphene used just 0.00004% by weight this breakthrough could lead to much faster commercial adoption than pure graphene, which is still incredibly hard to produce in large quantities.
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