It is highly probable that the first Polish product made using graphene will be available in a year’s time, Zbigniew Mularzuk, chief executive of Nano Carbon, told Polish Radio.
Nano Carbon, a company established by mining giant KGHM together with the Industrial Development Agency, has been selling graphene since last December.
“Businesses are very interested and they want to implement graphene in their own production,” Mularzuk said, adding that it’s very probable that the first Polish product made from this material will be ready within the year.
Graphene is an ultra-thin almost 2-dimensional carbon structure, which is strong, light and an excellent conductor of heat and electricity.
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