Friday, May 6, 2011

Focus Metals could stand to realize enormous profits from this technology

I came across an extremely good article that talks about graphene paper. Graphene is a product of graphite, but the price difference is significant. Industrial Minerals recently reported that the price range for industry standard large flake high carbon graphite has risen from $2,050-$2,500 per ton to $2,275-$3,000 per ton. Now if this is purified to 99%, which is what is required for producing graphene the price rises dramatically.From a commercial development perspective, prices for the best quality
graphite range between $10,000 and $35,000 U.S. per ton.


The link to this article is http://fastthinking.com.au/current-affairs/a-breakthrough-on-paper-that%27s-stronger-than-steel--.aspx. This brings forward some of the untold wealth Focus Metals possesses in their Lac Knife graphite deposit.

I again urge everyone who may be interested in this company, do your own due diligence on this company. An excellent place to start is at the company website at www.focusmetals.ca, also for anything you might not find there go to www.sedar.com.

For disclosure purposes I have not received any compensation of any kind for this post. I own shares in FMS.

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