Graphene Coatings

Graphene is a sheet of material that is ultra-thin and only one atom thick and thus will make an excellent coating for all sorts of things. You can just sit back and imagine how important such a coating could be and think of hundreds of great applications.
 
For instance our Online Think Tank thought of quite a few. This might possibly sometime in the future prove to be the greatest new innovation of 2007. Below are a few simple applications for such a coating as a sample:

Graphene Coatings Needed For Bus Wraps To Prevent Damage


Imagine our vehicles coated with something that would protect them and keep them from decay from the harmful UV light rays. One more very strong layer of coating such a coating set on in layers might be the answer to keep Bus Wrap Advertising from flaking or coming apart.

How about keeping your tennis shoes looking good and saving you from forfeiting another $125.00 for then next pair simply because they look old and ratty? Of course the graphene would be flexible being so thin and would have applications in all types of clothing, back-packs and jackets.

The First Indestructible Cell Phones Coming Soon

Let’s face it these cell-phones get used an awful lot, in fact there were 16 Billion Text Messages Sent in 3-Months alone by T-Mobile customers. At that rate these phones will be completely worn out within less than a year. We cannot keep filling up our dumps with so many electric gadgets that are junk now. Perhaps you might think of a few applications for graphene?

 

 

Other Graphene Applications


Have you ever heard about the material Graphene? How about NEW graphene weapons? Well, this is the most Strongest material found on earth.

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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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