Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a method to dissolve the epoxy that binds carbon fibers. After dissolving the epoxy with an alcohol solvent, the carbon fibers can be separated from their expoxy and recycled for new applications. The study, which was published in July in Advanced Functional Materials, focused on carbon fibers bound with vitrimer epoxy. 

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