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RJ Lee Group Signs Licensing Agreement for Technology that Turns Tires to Carbon Black

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  • 1:35PM Nov 04, 2015
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RJ Lee Group, Inc., a scientific consulting laboratory in Monroeville, Pa., has signed a licensing agreement with the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for technology that converts waste rubber, such as used tires, into carbon black composites. Developed by ORNL’S Amit Naskar, Parans Paranthaman, and Zhonghe Bi, this innovative technology could introduce […]

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Graphene – Carbon’s Fascinating Allotrope

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  • 1:04PM Oct 22, 2015
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Article by Mark Sparrow This article discussing graphene in Raman spectroscopy is the second in a series of  posts by Scientist Mark Sparrow, an expert in Raman Spectroscopy analysis, electron and optical microscopy, EDS, FTIR spectroscopy, thermal methods and mercury porosimetry.  Carbon has the most allotropes, which are forms of carbon that differ from each […]

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