#Graphene: Manufactured Using Tea Tree Extract Paving Way For Cheaper Method: Study

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 A team of scientists from James Cook University in Queensland, Australia, and collaborators from institutions in Australia, Singapore, Japan and the U.S. found that graphene can be grown from the tea tree plant Melaleuca alternifolia, which is also used to make essential oils for traditional medicine, according to reports Friday.

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