If we're right about the potential of graphene, it will be the building block with which a very large part of the future world is created.

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    Sumit Chowdhury | 02-01-2013

    Great article. I would like to point out a calculation error: "590 million metric tonnes of carbon, or 1,180,000,000,000 kilograms of carbon". 1 metric ton is 1000kg. A factor of 2000 indicates something closer to a pound (2205 lbs/ton).


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