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To: vitalremains who wrote (327)3/18/2017 10:19:14 AM
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Graphene 3D Lab develops carbon-silver adhesive, files patent

2017-03-09 09:29 ET - News Release

Mr. Daniel Stolyarov reports

GRAPHENE 3D LAB SECURES IP RIGHTS FOR LOW LOAD CARBON-SILVER CONDUCTIVE ADHESIVE

Graphene 3D Lab Inc. has completed the development of an innovative carbon-silver adhesive material and filed a provisional patent application to secure the intellectual property rights. This new material is a highly electrically conductive epoxy adhesive based on the proprietary combination of carbon and silver fillers, and other additives. The company is planning to add a product based on this formulation to the G6-Epoxy line of adhesives.

The key unique feature of this material is the low weight load of silver needed to achieve high electrical conductivity. According to results of internal testing, the volume resistivity of the material is 0.007 centimetre and can be achieved with a silver weight load as low as 40 per cent. Most commercially available silver-based adhesives typically require a 75-per-cent to 80-per-cent silver load by weight to attain conductivity.

Silver is currently priced near $550 (U.S.) per kilogram and is the major factor contributing to prices of silver-based adhesives ranging from $600 (U.S.) to $3,000 (U.S.) per kilogram. The company believes that the invented formulation that has a significantly lower silver content, while still providing similar levels of conductivity, will result in a product that will be well positioned to compete with current commercially available conductive silver-loaded epoxies.

In addition, the higher content of the epoxy polymer in the formulation of this product offers the additional competitive advantage of improved bond strength to a wide variety of substrates including glass, plastic and fabrics. Low load of fillers allows tailoring the formulation for better flexibility making this material well suited for wearables, smart textiles, sensor networks and medical devices.

The electrically conductive adhesives (ECA) market was estimated to be $1.2-billion (U.S.) in 2015 (according to IDTechEx) and is projected to reach an estimated $2.53-billion (U.S.) by 2021, a compound annual growth rate of 8.48 per cent from 2016 to 2021, according to the report by the market research firm MarketsandMarkets. ECAs are considered to be a replacement for traditional tin-lead solders, and their fast growing demand is driven by the increase in the use of electronic components in various industries such as aerospace, automotive, 3-D printing, consumer electronics and medical devices.

The company invites commercial enquiries for this product.

About Graphene 3D Lab Inc.

Graphene 3D Lab is a world leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of proprietary composites and coatings based on graphene and other advanced materials. These diverse materials have a wide spectrum of commercial, research and military applications. The company's wholly owned subsidiary, Graphene Laboratories Inc., currently offers over 100 graphene and related products to a client list comprising more than 12,000 customers worldwide, including nearly every Fortune 500 tech company and major research university.

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From: vitalremains3/19/2017 10:19:21 AM
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McGill-born technology aims to revolutionize headphones, speakers
Montreal Gazette (Andy Riga) -- March 14, 2017
montrealgazette.com

ORA company website:
ora-sound.com


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From: vitalremains3/19/2017 10:21:42 AM
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Vorbeck Materials president appears on BBC World News


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From: garrettjax3/23/2017 2:34:13 PM
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They have skin in the game...
ca.news.yahoo.com

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From: vitalremains3/25/2017 12:12:36 PM
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Posted by IBM Research --> Graphene nanosheets interact with E. coli cells

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To: garrettjax who wrote (346)3/25/2017 12:16:42 PM
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Synthetic Skin Can Feel Thanks to Graphene


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From: vitalremains3/25/2017 12:21:43 PM
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HEAD's "Graphene Touch" New Marketing Ad

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From: vitalremains3/26/2017 11:19:12 AM
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Versarien PLC (LON:VRS) CEO Neill Ricketts interview at Momentous Events Graphene:



Versarien Business Model and Strategy:
versarien.com

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From: vitalremains3/26/2017 11:50:54 AM
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Haydale Graphene (LON:HAYD) picks up significant US cutting tool contract


haydale.com

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To: vitalremains who wrote (347)3/26/2017 8:34:05 PM
From: Hawkmoon
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not sure I'm understanding the purpose of the video..

Could you amplify? Is this for detecting E.Coli? Or for destroying it?

Hawk

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