Plant Waste Could Make Less Expensive, More Sustainable Carbon Fiber Possible

By Steve Hanley Carbon fiber is lighter than aluminum and stronger than steel, but it is expensive and non-renewable. Researches at the State University of Washington have developed a new process that blends lignite into the mix to make it less costly and more sustainable.
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