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Graphene....Can it replace silver? - wildcaktus - 04-24-2012 08:28 AM
Hi Brother John
Is it possible for Graphene to replace silver?
Whats your honest opinion on this?
RE: Graphene....Can it replace silver? - kshymkiw - 04-24-2012 01:14 PM
I moved this into the General Discussion, because I wanted to answer it.
Replace it in what way? Graphene is a man made Carbon based Nano-Mesh..
It holds 0 value when it comes to inflation or deflation. So I am assuming you mean will Graphene replace Silver in things like electronics, since Graphene is very good at conducting electrical current.
For that, I think yes it could, if it became cheap to make. Right now it is a very intensive manual labor process. Silver, you get it, melt it, use it.
RE: Graphene....Can it replace silver? - Mojofabulous - 04-24-2012 02:45 PM
graphene, that's what it was called! I remembered hearing about some substance that behaved like silver. How hard is it to make right now, realistically? Any good news sources about the substance?