Graphene is a material first produced in 2004, with very advanced electrical, mechanical and thermal properties. It is a type of carbon, specifically a layer of graphite that is a single atom thick. Its unique properties have been used to improve the performance of existing applications, but graphene’s potential goes way beyond that. It will be used in conjunction with other emerging 2-D compounds to revolutionize the way we interact with the world in terms of electronics, engineering, and more.
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