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Ora has developed free-standing graphene materials specifically designed and optimized for acoustic transducers.
A rigid, lightweight and incredibly well-damped material that can be shaped into cones and dome geometries traditional for loudspeaker diaphragms.
around the world.
Tens of billions of loudspeakers are employed across diverse product segments.
$100B+ worth of fossil fuel energy is consumed separating unwanted by-products.
Ora works with the exciting anti-fouling properties of graphene to create separation products that can be applied to the toughest environments.
Because of graphene oxide's, unique layered structure and molecular sieving, Ora can create membranes with both high flux rates and high selectivity.
Ora aims to de-carbonize industrial processes by moving away from energy-intensive thermal systems towards pressure-based, filtration methods.
Ora develops game-changing solutions for the ever-demanding 21st century.
Replacing the fiberglass substrate used in circuit boards with a water-dispersible graphene substrate has the potential to radically reduce e-waste.
Ora is exploiting the unique humidity absorption characteristics of graphene oxide to create low-power batteries that use moisture in the air to power themselves.
$57B+ worth of electronics material is disposed in landfills.
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