A leading Korean fiber producer called Huvis has reportedly begun to mass-produce graphene fibers.
The Company said that since graphene has such poor dispersibility, synthesis with PET (polyester) polymer is not considered easy. As a result, according to Huvis, most of the graphene fibers developed so far have either substandard graphene content, or the fiber is coated with a graphene material – which Huvis says makes them inferior (and is the reason that the graphene fibers available in the market are black or gray).
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