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Dr. De Silva shared his perspective on the potential of exporting graphene in a Facebook post, emphasizing the immense possibilities for enhancing Sri Lanka's export earnings. He further highlighted the significant disparity in market prices between graphite and graphene. While graphite sells for a relatively modest $2.50 per kilogram globally, graphene commands a much higher market price, reaching up to $10,000.
Dr. De Silva firmly believes that expanding graphene production could be a viable solution for Sri Lanka's financial challenges. He even likened Sri Lanka's graphene resources to a "goldmine," suggesting that tapping into the graphene market could be a substantial source of income for the nation.
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