NewsFrom dinner to sustainable electronics, the surprising
versatility of crabs

1st April 2021by admin0
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As the worldwide demand for electronic devices
continues to grow, so too does the strain on the finite resources
used in their production, such as metals and fossil fuels. In an
effort to provide renewable alternatives, researchers from Osaka
University have developed a nanocarbon material for electronics
applications made from chitin derived from crab shells. Their
findings were published in Journal of Materials Chemistry
C.

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