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Received: 28 May 2019
Accepted: 22 October 2019
First Online: 27 January 2020
: The FG synthesis process is the intellectual property of Rice University. J.M.T., D.X.L. and V.M. will be stockholders in Universal Matter Ltd, a company licensing the FG intellectual property of Rice University and scaling up this process. At the time of the writing and submission of this manuscript, the license to Universal Matter has not been consummated. C-Crete Technologies owns intellectual property on the strengthening of graphene–cement/concrete composites. V.M. is now employed by Universal Matter. D.X.L. and J.M.T. will remain full time with Rice University, whereas D.X.L. might be employed by Universal Matter in two years. All conflicts of interest for J.M.T. and D.X.L. are managed through regular disclosure to the Rice University Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Compliance.