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Graphene is a one-atom-thick super material with many unusual properties that scientists and manufacturers are excited about.

So what is Graphene?


Graphene is composed of a single layer of carbon atoms that have bonded in a hexagonal pattern. It is about 200 times stronger than  steel. It is nearly transparent and efficiently conducts electricity and heat.

Graphene is Carbon a very useful element that can be used to produce from soft graphite to hard diamonds, depending on the arrangement of the atoms. Because of Graphene’s honeycomb pattern, is the strongest material ever tested in the world.

 

 

Graphene Applications


Graphene Aerogel provides some of the most amazing benefits that may see it being used soon in most industries. For instance, Among the major Aerogel properties is that it is quite elastic and can easily retain its original form after some compression.

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Ever since aerogels were discovered, scientists have been trying to look for more efficient ways of synthesizing this impressive low density substance. Researchers are especially interested in the graphene aerogel variety as it has additional properties like high conductivity and compressibility. It is important to look for alternative methods to produce this material as it will help drive down the aerogel cost.

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Graphene is one of the most remarkable compounds ever created, and it is even a Noble Prize in Physics. The two key features that make it stand out are its mechanical strength as well as its ease of conducting electricity with little resistance. Let us look at one of the variations of this compound, which is the graphene foam, and elaborate on a few the main graphene uses.

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Carbon nano tubes and graphene structures lend themselves well to environmental technologies. Having formerly been in the carwash industry, I realize that carbon attaches itself to just about anything, and therefore other things stick to it is well.

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Graphene armor especially the ones that are bulletproof, can prove to be useful in more ways than one. With its varied applications, theres no wonder why new technologies are being introduced from time to time to make it better and to provide better protection to the user. It is used mostly by law enforcement and law personnel in order to protect themselves.

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After the discovery of Graphene over a decade ago, A number of uses have been devised for this wonder material including the Graphene battery. One of the identified properties of graphene is its ability to conduct electricity over 200 times the speed of regular silicon.

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