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The NanoScience Technology Center at University of Central Florida is developing a new program to make a graphene-based spray coating that will help multiple industries fight corrosion.

The goal of the program is to provide a cost-effective, large-area polymer/graphene-based coating technology to both strengthen and protect materials, such as gas and oil pipelines, from corrosion.

The Center is building on the recent success of the UCF spin-off company, Garmor, Inc., in making a powder form of super-strong graphene available to industry.

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The NanoScience Technology Center at University of Central Florida is developing a new program to make a graphene-based spray coating that will help multiple industries fight corrosion.

The goal of the program is to provide a cost-effective, large-area polymer/graphene-based coating technology to both strengthen and protect materials, such as gas and oil pipelines, from corrosion.

The Center is building on the recent success of the UCF spin-off company, Garmor, Inc., in making a powder form of super-strong graphene available to industry.

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