Adding graphene to jute fibres could give natural alternative to man-made materials

Scientists from the UK’s University of Manchester have combined graphene with jute to create what is claimed to be a world’s first for graphene-strengthened natural jute fibre composites.

The breakthrough could lead to the manufacture of high-performance and environmentally friendly natural fibre composites that could replace their synthetic counterparts in a range of manufacturing areas, including the automotive industry and ship building.

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Posted by Geoff Fisher on 11 December 2018

 

 

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