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Graphene Based Coatings Designed for Active and Passive Corrosion Prevention

University at Buffalo chemists are using graphene, to develop new coatings for rust-proofing steel. The goal of the research, funded by Tata Steel and the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I), is to create nontoxic alternatives to hexavalent chromium coatings. For more information, visit

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UB Research: A New Way to Rust-Proof Steel

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