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Graphene rolls off the press

30-inch graphene films have been manufactured on a continuous basis with a roll-to-roll process and used to make a touch-screen device.

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Figure 1: Production of large, flexible and transparent graphene.


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Chen, Y., Yu, Q. Graphene rolls off the press. Nature Nanotech 5, 559–560 (2010).

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