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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


Over the years, new technologies have been introduced to develop new lighting fixtures that are better than the previous ones. These technologies enable not only longer lifespan of the lightbulb but also better illumination and more efficient consumption of energy, one of the perfect examples of the latter is the graphene bulb.

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If you are in the mobile oil change business then you know how important it is not to get any oil on the ground.

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Graphene paint in thin film is colourless and transparent under optical observation and has thus come in handy in plastic packaging and other.

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While the idea of a 1000 GHz Processor still remains to be bleak, a lot of people, Including tech experts, believe that such will be a reality with the help of Graphene technology.

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Graphene sensors Jing Sun and co workers at Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Built a graphene based fiber sensor.

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Graphene in solar panels has been seriously considered these days. The possibility discovered In 2012, the melding of graphene layers on a small silicon piece has set a graphene solar cell potential record, surpassing any attempts prior to that in harnessing Graphene of up to 400%.

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