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+ - Graphene spun into metre-long fibres->

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ananyo (2519492) writes "Nano-sized flakes of graphene oxide can be spun into graphene fibres several metres long, researchers in China have shown. The strong, flexible fibres, which can be tied in knots or woven into conductive mats, could be the key to deploying graphene in real-world devices such as flexible batteries."
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Graphene spun into metre-long fibres

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