Dr. Ian Flint in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky discusses what is ‘real’ in the graphene market. Debunking many of the myths related to graphene usage, he explains that the space elevator discussion, while doable is at least a hundred years away from fruition. He said that though graphene has the potential to help construct space elevators or make fighter jets undetectable by radars, we currently do not have the technology to achieve these goals. Ian also talked about some of the exciting applications that are real for graphene currently and highlights what investors should be reviewing. He discusses graphene membranes, for instance as surface coatings because of graphene’s heat and electric conductivity properties and as an additive in various composites. He claims used for water desalination will be ready for commercialization in the next year.
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