Graphene

Saint Jean Carbon Inc. (TSXV:SJL) announced that the most recent test completed on its graphene by Western University indicates that its graphene “shows superconductivity with transition temperature around 250K.” That’s significantly higher than normal superconductive materials.

Saint Jean Carbon Inc. (TSXV:SJL) announced that the most recent test completed on its graphene by Western University indicates that its graphene “shows superconductivity with transition temperature around 250K.” That’s significantly higher than normal superconductive materials.
As quoted in the press release:

The temperature variation tests are very important to understand how the materials will react under extreme and varying circumstances. The tests were conducted from 80K to 300K. The tests are completed to better understand the characteristics of the graphene and the high order of carbon. Often when producing graphene certain methods will damage or destroy the carbon order. With our filed patent method there is no damage to the high order of the carbon, the higher the fluctuation in extreme temperature swings would clearly demonstrate if there were damage in production. Our tests show the material reacts and preforms the same at a raw material state and in the graphene state.

Paul Ogilvie, CEO of Saint Jean Carbon, commented:

We have waited a long time for the results, and we could not be more pleased. Material performance is very important to many applications, energy storage, energy creation, and bio mechanical to name a few. Our commitment to producing room temperature commercial level superconducting graphene has moved another step forward. We will continue to test the limits of the graphene and apply the knowledge to designing and producing applications for our industry partners.

Click here to read the full Saint Jean Carbon Inc. (TSXV:SJL) press release.

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