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Monday's Harami Cross signalled a reversal. Wish I'd heeded the signal and bought then.

As it went, I waited till today and bought the break, taking today's candle as confirming the lift off support.



so far, so good ;)

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Thought Mark T had a few things to say - http://www.talgaresources.com/irm/content/...ge.aspx?RID=302 .... 16 Oct


Cobalt in the IOGC mineralisations. One lease with good %'s of Cobalt, there are smelters nearby in Sweden and Finland currently smelting African ore. Plan looking like proving up the resources then likely flicking to another player that could spend some money and get some early production to meet anticipated demand; Gold would be a sweetener.


Batteries: combining Graphene and graphite in a paste, for anodes, gives 20% extra capacity and super stable with little drop-off in performance during testing.


For EVs, "range anxiety" will be a big issue and marketing likely to be on distance. So extra 20% will be attractive OR battery could be smaller, lighter. Current batteries with just graphite have reached their limits, and the differentiation from Chinese low cost anodes will be a selling point.


Now at point of demonstrating a product rather than just meeting a spec.

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improved charging times
that's probably only going to happen with supercapacitors




At least TLG is in with the graphene side. With all the money, Govt involvement, research, etc, this unfolding EV and non- hydrocarbon repurposing is going to be breakthrough or belly up, in spectacular fashion


(Govt involvement usually tilts towards train wreck!)

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another niche graphene product (and commercial, too)

Talga Resources Ltd .. has signed a commercial supply and development agreement with Haydale Limited (AIM: HAYD) for the production, marketing and sales of graphene based transparent conductive ink products for industrial applications in Asia.


Pursuant to the Agreement, Haydale will purchase Talga conductive materials to produce conductive inks to be used in Haydale's recently announced anti-counterfeiting 'PATit' product. This follows initial tests by Haydale demonstrating that Talga material can enhance the electrical conductivity of the inks by 15% or more above synthetic graphite.


Talga and Haydale will also collaborate to:

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ÃÆâ€â„¢ÃƒÆ’ƒâہ¡ÃƒÆ’‚¢ÃƒÆ’¢Ã¢Ã¢Ã¢Ã¢â€š¬Ã…¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚¬ÃƒÆ’…¡Ãƒâہ¡ÃƒÆ’‚¬ÃƒÆ’â€Å¡Ãƒƒâہ¡ÃƒÆ’‚¢ jointly develop new formulations of graphene conductive inks for emerging applications in the Asian packaging and whitegoods markets.

'PATit' technology prints transparent codes onto packaging for the purpose of anti-counterfeiting surveillance and product tracking using proprietary mobile phone software. Users range from governments and manufacturers seeking to protect brands and curb income loss to counterfeit goods in markets ranging from tobacco, pharmaceuticals and food and beverage.


Market for Conductive inks


Conductive inks contain components that provide the function of electrical conductivity. Such components may be comprised of silver, copper, carbon, graphite, indium tin oxide or other base or precious material. The inks can be applied in various ways, including screen printing, flexographic or rotogravure, spray, dip, and more.


The current market value for conductive inks is estimated to be more than US$2.3 billion (IDTechEx) across a wide range of printed applications including photovoltaics, circuit boards, biomedical sensors, RFID tags, electronic touch screens, automotive (i.e. Henkel's 'Loctite' product series), food and beverage packaging and many more. The key players in the market include DuPont, Henkel, Agfa-Gevaert, Heraeus, Johnson Matthey, Novacentrix, Sun Chemical, Poly-Ink and others.


Graphene has the potential to substitute into these applications as it can be transparent in addition to conductive, graphene is non-metallic and can be cheaper than some materials (lower loading for the same conductivity)

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