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Rice lab makes pristine graphene in a flash

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A new process introduced in Nature by the Rice University lab of chemist James Tour can turn bulk quantities of just about any carbon source into valuable graphene flakes. The process is quick and cheap; Tour said the "flash graphene" technique can convert a ton of coal, food waste or plastic into graphene for about $100 in electricity costs.

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